Learn about innovative urban solutions to the global water crisis, with inspiring real-life examples from architects, engineers, planners, ecologists, and artists.
About the course
In this course, students shall learn about innovative solutions to the global water crisis, featuring Vancouver, one of the world's leading cities for blue-green design. Students shall explore multiple perspectives from interdisciplinary research in the social and natural sciences, develop an understanding of the interconnections between water and other environmental security issues (the ‘water-energy-food-health nexus'), critically analyse innovative strategies, and be inspired by examples of regenerative sustainability in action.
Course Starts: October 22, 2014
Course Length: 6 weeks
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