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This course examines the perceived, existing, and potential links between women and the environment with an emphasis on the roles of women in environmental movements, climate change, climate justice, forest conservation, water management, disaster recovery, women perceptions of environmental risk, and other environmental issues. Through reading, discussion, documentary films and research project, we will explore how social, economic, political and cultural systems shape women’s environmental experiences and their resistance and strategies for social change.
Upon completion of the course, successful students will be able to:
"Women and children at the borehole" by Sustainable sanitation is licensed under CC BY 2.0.