STIA-366 Environment in Africa
Fall for 2017-2018
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This course will explore the relationship between the environment and development in Africa. Particular emphasis will be placed on African eco-systems and their connection to poverty, food production, public health concerns and labor-rights issues. Gender disparities will be explored in the context of land rights and development. The course will also explore mining issues in South Africa and their link with public health concerns. The link between rural sector environmental degradation and the current AIDS crisis will also be explored.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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