Your favorite ‘sustainability’ class?

Yesterday I posted about an upcoming class on “Climate Change and Resilience in Agricultural Ecosystems” offered by our Department of Entomology. Since then I’ve seen information about several other sustainability-related classes being offered by the college this spring, including Energy and the Environment (offered in our School of Environment and Natural Resources and cross-listed with Earth Science); Religion & Environmental Values in America (a new SENR class examining what faith, values and beliefs mean for environmental citizenship); and Societal Issues: Pesticides, Alternatives & the Environment, offered by our Department of Plant Pathology.

Alumni and students: What classes made an impact on your thoughts about sustainability? Please comment.

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