sus300 | undergraduate
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Alternative Energies and Sustainable Design
- Analyze current alternative energies.
- Propose alternative designs.
- Explain the application of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) to sustainable design.
- Assess alternative strategies to manage waste.
- Explain the impact of waste on global sustainability.
- Compare current methods of recycling, reducing, and reusing waste.
Sustainability of Water
- Assess the effect of the hydrologic cycle on water supplies.
- Describe the importance of water.
- Describe basic treatment processes for contaminated waters.
Introduction to Sustainability
- Assess the economic and sociopolitical dimensions of sustainability.
- Determine the need for local and global cooperation.
Sustainable Land and Food
- Examine sustainability issues involved in global food supply.
- Describe the major threats to land sustainability.
- Explain the characteristics of a sustainable food supply.
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