Effects on the biosphere imposed by a growing and ever-more-prosperous human population mean that the world’s species are facing a diverse range of significant threats. In this Course, you will explore these threats, their ecological consequences, and the tools available to mitigate associated impacts both in theory and practice. Along the way, you will encounter ethical dilemmas, and will be encouraged to take a balanced view on contentious arguments. You will learn principles from a global perspective, and will apply them to case studies particular to Australia.
- Enrolled in Program AB101, SB303, SC320, ED112, UC103, UU301, UU302 or XU301
- Semester of offer Subject to change
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- Moreton Bay: Semester 1
- Fraser Coast: Semester 1
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