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ENVR E-158C. Product Stewardship and Chemical Sustainability

Advances in chemistry have brought us products that enhance our lives. But those benefits can come at an environmental cost. This course examines the regulatory and scientific tools we use to steward anthropogenic chemicals within the context of pragmatic business decision making. At a deeper level, we explore our ability to make wise choices in chemical sustainability based on an imperfect understanding of the potential consequences of our actions.

Professor: 

Kathleen Sellers

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

M

Time: 

5:10-7:10

Course ID: 

15442

Research Areas: 

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