EEB465H1: Advanced Topics in Biodiversity Science and Conservation Biology


Biodiversity in the Anthropocene. This course links the biological and social sciences to identify human goals for future biodiversity, methods to achieve this biodiversity, and to understand key issues such as the end of the wild, ecosystem services as a unit of conservation, animal welfare as a moral responsibility, and GMOs as biodiversity. Practical training may be provided in identifying species at risk, and in applying ecological-economics to trade-off decisions.

BIO220H1, EEB255H1 and at least 1.0 credit from EEB at the 300+ level
Living Things and Their Environment (4)