ES 4900/5900: Environment, Peacebuilding, and Security – Designed as a hands-on overview of contemporary environmental issues, students explore how the disparate topics of environment and security are linked. Through this course students hear first-hand from practitioners, review environmental peacebuilding tool kits, and build a foundation of understanding through the exploration of literature and case studies.
ES 6830: Concepts of Environmental Sustainability – Students examine global and regional environmental issues and consider the scientific basis for policy decision in this course. The concepts and discussions of environmental sustainability can be broadly applied to wide variety of academic disciplines.
Es 4500″ Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar – This interdisciplinary seminar incorporates problem-solving, critical thinking, and leadership skills in the context of contemporary environmental issues. Recent topics of focus have included Global Sustainability and Environmental Leadership.
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Previous teaching positions included Georgetown School of Foreign Service, University of Maryland, College Park; and Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
We need to check our assumptions about security, environment, and the links between the two at the door – watch Geoff explain how nuanced the field of Environment, Security, and Peacebuilding truly is.