2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin

Environmental Awareness LLC (EALC)

 

EALC 2001 ESLLC: Local and Regional Environmental Issues (1,2 Credit)

This course introduces students to Denver and the Front Range region as we investigate the current environmental issues this region faces today. We explore Denver's environmental framework through visits to environmental non-profits and sustainable business, as well as by engaging in collaborative sustainability initiatives on our campus. Excursions to places such as Old South Pearl Street and historic Lower Downtown allow us to trace Denver's past through geological and historical lenses. Restricted to Environmental Sustainability LLC students.

EALC 2002 ESLLC: The Impact of Development on the Environment (1,2 Credit)

This course takes a detailed look at human/environmental interactions, with particular emphasis on the explosive population growth and pressures on the global water supply. We discuss the demand on water globally and locally to further demonstrate the impacts of development. Restricted to Environmental Sustainability LLC students.

EALC 2003 ESLLC: Energy in American Society (1,2 Credit)

This course examines key issues surrounding energy in American society. Using Colorado's environment as a backdrop, students learn about the different types of conventional, alternative and renewable energy as well as the associated benefits and risks that each option presents. We explore these associated benefits and risks from the raw materials used to create energy all the way to the outputs of energy consumption. Restricted to Environmental Sustainability LLC students.

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