Sustainable Development

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Held through Franklin University Switzerland. This interdisciplinary course explores the politics and practice of sustainable development in Namibia. Through a series of on-site explorations in the host countries, problem-based exercises, service learning and presentations by local university professors, public policy makers (to include NGOs) and experts in sustainable development, students will learn about the political, social, economic, environmental and cultural relationships that encompass the important field of sustainable development. Students will come to better understand how each country approaches sustainable development and natural resource management through participation in on-site expeditions and visits. Student research projects will include team-based case studies in the areas of sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, water and natural resource management, and sustainable housing in light of global environmental issues such as deforestation.

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About Conservation Global

Conservation Global (CG) is a registered non-profit organization that aims to promote conservation, sustainable development, and a global community through experiential youth development programs and ongoing research. Registered in the USA and South...