Environment, Development and Society

Course Number: 
HUL 275
LTP structure: 
3-1-0
Discipline: 
Sociology
Credit: 
4.0

Pre-requisite

NLN 100

Course Objective

Students will be exposed to contemporary themes and debates on connection between environment, development, and society; industrialization and risk society; challenge of sustainable development; perception of the environment, dependence for livelihood, identity, and power on natural resources; social ecology; what is the role of religion in determining our world view and relation with the environment?; recognition of indigenous knowledge; rise of environmental movements, development projects and recent conflict over natural resources; understanding major environmental disasters and industrial accidents; global climate change negotiations; gender and environment.

Faculty

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