This course introduces the interdisciplinary field of sustainable development and draws upon the most recent developments in the social and physical sciences. It discusses the intricate relationships between the global economy and the natural world as well as the problems associated with development that is both socially and environmentally sustainable. In addition to addressing the problems of environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive development, it describes the intricate relationships between the global economy and the natural environment of the planet. By the end of this course, students will have gained a broad overview of the critical challenges and potential solutions for achieving growth in the 21st century. You can expect to learn: An Introduction to Sustainable Development The impact of individuals on inequality, poverty, health, and human rights The function of the planet, including its boundaries, the importance of renewable energy sources, and how to use our natural resources sustainably. How to promote economic growth while ensuring that no one is left behind.
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