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EUS 180

Global Water Issues

The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding of critical issues in freshwater resource management at a global scale and to examine both the historical and future strategies to address these challenges, particularly through the lens of economic and social development. Included are issues of the historical importance of water, water distribution and supply, water security, pollution, public health, conservation, and policy.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Liberal Studies: LL







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Environment and Urban Sustainability

  • EUS 102
    Environment and Sustainability
  • EUS 180
    Global Water Issues
  • EUS 202
    Sustaining the City's Environments
  • EUS 301
    Reading Neighbourhood Environments
  • EUS 401
    Patterns of Demography and Environment
  • EUS 402
    Research and Statistics
  • EUS 450
    Responses to Climate Change
  • EUS 501
    Ecological Processes in the Cdn Landscape
  • EUS 550
    Sustainable Cities: Politics and Equity
  • EUS 601
    Nature in Fragments
  • EUS 650
    Waste and Waste Management
  • EUS 701
    Field Studies in Urban Ecology
  • EUS 750
    Energy and Transportation Transitions
  • EUS 760
    Cities at Risk
  • EUS 801
    Senior Projects in EUS
  • EUS 850
    Sustainability in Organizations
  • EUS 860
    Measuring Sustainability
  • EUS 870
    Ecological Restoration
  • EUS 880
    Field Studies
  • EUS 900
    EUS Internship Placement I
  • EUS 901
    EUS Internship Placement II