This general survey course focuses on current environmental issues and possible solutions, as well as historical and present courses of action. Concepts include environmental policy, biodiversity, population ecology, pollution of land, air, and water, non-renewable and renewable resources. Both local and global environmental issues are examined from scientific, economic, biological, political, societal, and/or ethical viewpoints.
Note: Students enrolling in BIO110 are not required to enroll in BIO111 (lab). However, those students needing a 4 semester-hour lab science for transfer purposes may wish to concurrently enroll in BIO110 and BIO111.
Recommended Coreq: BIO111.
IAI: L1 905.