[Environmental Science and Public Policy 77. Technology, Environment, and Society]

Our interactions with the natural world are increasingly mediated through changes in technology. Technologies create risks, generate solutions, reshape the environment, and alter our perception of the boundaries between nature and artifice. This course draws on major theories of technology and society to inform and deepen our understanding of environmental problems and policy options.
Note: Offered in alternate years. Likely offered Fall 2019.






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