AP/GEOG3040 3.0 A: Urban Environmental Justice

Offered by: GEOG


Fall 2019






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Examines how processes of urbanization result in the unequal spatial and social distribution of environmental goods (e.g., pollution, toxic waste, landfills) in North American cities. It investigates the ways in which cities, as dynamic human ecologies in their own right, have increasingly become sites of environmental contestation, and explores the articulation of social justice, urbanization and environmentalism. Course credit exclusion: AP/HIST 3891 3.00.

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