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ENVS 6481

Activist Video Making

A course focused on the production of collaboratively-produced video works on selected social and political/environmental subjects.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6481

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ENVS 6399A

Cultural Production Workshop: Public Engagement

This cultural production course will consider socially engaged art and participatory art practices that seek to create social change and transformation. Through a study and analysis of the debates, ethics and issues involved with public engagement, the class will collaborate to create socially engaged and/or participatory art projects in public spaces.

Enrollment is through course application.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6399A

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
May 16 - June 10 Please see course outline for details 102 HNES Myers B91S01

ENVS 6281

Consulting Skills

Exploration of the various aspects of carrying out studies and analysis in a professional consulting capacity. While the emphasis is on processes and techniques, the course also explores the various circumstances and contexts within which consulting projects are undertaken. The specific substantive areas will be determined in discussion with participants at the first meeting.

Note: Orientation Day: Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 5:30-6:30 pm in room 140 HNES.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6281

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
June 13- June 27 Please see course outline for details 140 HNES Joyner M36D01

ENVS 6275

International Political Economy and Ecology Summer School

Each year the IPEE Summer School investigates one salient issue within the field of international political economy. International political economy includes the notion of international and transnational economic relations, and comparative structures of national political economy. Each session is an exploration of current literature in a specific issue area of IPEE, particularly as it relates to the relationship between economy and ecology. Crosslisted with POLS 6282 and GEOG 5395.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6275 (POLS 6282/GEOG 5395)

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Monday to Friday, June 12-23, 1-4 PM TBA Lunstrum & Vandergeest F68G01

ENVS 6183

Applied Reseach Methods: Qualitative Research

(formerly Applied Research Methods: Qualitative Methods) Examination of the various phases of carrying out research in the field: planning the research project; choosing appropriate methods for data collection; analyzing data and communicating results of research. Emphasis is on analysis and reporting of questionnaire and qualitative data.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6183

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Tuesdays & Thursdays, May 9-25, 9-3 PM 141 HNES Perkins D00Q01

ENVS 6148

Environmental Negotiation and Mediation

Exploration of the concepts and principles of negotiation and mediation, key process requirements, basic techniques and strategies, and constraints and limitations on the application of alternative dispute resolution methods as applied to environmental problems.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6148

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Monday to Friday, May 1-5, 9-5 PM 142 HNES McKenzie S89R01

ENVS 6101

Special Topics: Climate Justice

An exploration of climate justice definitions, theory, case studies, and policy implications, organized around field visits and interviews with practitioners involved in various aspects of fossil fuel finance/processing/transport, migrant resettlement, and climate justice activism.

Enrollment is through course application.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 6101

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
May 30-June 9, 9:30-5:30 PM 102 HNES Perkins C42J01

ENVS 5135

Youth Homelessness

In this course, we explore the issue of youth homelessness in Canada, in order to understand the experiences of a marginalized group of young people, how we have responded to the problem, and how we might work differently to have a significant impact on solutions. In particular, we explore the potential role of education and schools in addressing youth homelessness. Crosslisted with EDUC 5935.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 5135 (EDUC 5935)

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9-12 PM, July 5-31 TBA Gaetz U38D01

ENVS 5030

Design for Sustainability

This course explores the principles and best practices in sustainable building design and sustainable development in an urban context. It takes an international perspective on the issues. The format actively engages students to collaborate in small groups to complete some projects, tout landmark green building projects, and to plan and participate in an interdisciplinary charette. Integrated with ENVS 4230. Exclusion: students who already took ENVS 4230.

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Year Term Code
2017 Summer ENVS 5030 (ENVS 4230)

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Monday to Friday, June 13-30, 8:30-4:30 PM 031 HNES Gould Z17R01

ENVS 8102

Ph.D Research Seminar

This ongoing seminar is designed to assist PhD students in the formulation of their PhD Program Plan, through a comparative examination of research methods and research designs.

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Year Term Code
2017 Winter ENVS 8102

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Day/Time Room Course Director Catalogue
Tuesday, 9:30-12:20 HNES 142 Zalik Y26U01