ENS2230 Design and Maintenance of a Habitable Planet
Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Eric Tangumonkem
The environment cannot look after itself, therefore the need for sound environmental laws and policies. This course will focus on some of the United States of American environmental legislations: clean water act (CWA), clean air act (CAA), national environmental policy act (NEPA), resource conservation act (RCA), comprehensive environmental response compensation and liability act (CERCLA), and federal insecticide, fungicide and rodenticide act (FIFRA). The course will also look at international indicatives to control the environment globally and how other countries are balancing the need for development and environmental stewardship.
How This Course Benefits Students:
This course will provide the foundation every missional student needs for understanding environmental communications and how cuntries balance the need for development and environmental stewardship.
Why This Course Is Important:
Any student who wants to understand why there is legislation geared towards environmental protection must begin with thecommand for man to tend the garden of Eden. This course will provide the foundation for understanding how the environmental communications has changed over time.