Course description

Evaluates development of water use/management throughout history. Critiques how geography, economics, culture, and politics guide people's decision-making and use and management of water. Analyzes and compares U.S. and California constitutions based on historic, geographic, political, economic, and cultural context and influences relating to water regulation. Students participate in historically informed political project applying political participation in the local community. [Prereq: (Junior or Senior Standing) and (GEOL 260 and GE Area A1)]

Units: 4

Spring 2018 sections

No sections offered