GGR332H1: Social Geographies of Climate Change



Analyses the social and behavioural geographies of climate change, including: climate change communication (how we interpret and communicate climate science); climate change prevention strategies, from the macro to micro scale; and possibilities for climate change adaptation.

GGR387H1 (Special Topics in Environmental Geography: The Social Geographies of Climate Change), offered in Winter 2020
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)