ENV333H1: Ecological Worldviews



Approaches to environmental concerns are often marked by assumptions that reflect distinct worldviews positing particular understandings of the role of the human with respect to nature. This course explores sundry economic, political, scientific, religious, and moral worldviews pertaining to the environment, including environmental ethics, Gaia, ecofeminism, scientific cosmology, and indigenous perspectives.

Completion of 8.0 credits including ENV221H1/ ENV222H1. Students who do not meet the prerequisites are encouraged to contact the Undergraduate Associate Director.
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)
Mode of Delivery
In Class