Living Systems Science has its roots in the ecological and biological sciences, and attempts to explain how all living systems work by exploring dynamic patterns of the relationships of organisms with their environment. This class is for the non-scientist who wants to understand the scientific principles of the Web of Life, how the relationships within the web are responding to climate change, and what we can expect given a variety of scenarios.
Instructor: Wendy Griffin
Class meetings: Thursday 8 pm ET
Other readings will be provided by the instructor
Fulfills: This is a required course for the Certificate in Environmental Leadership and qualifies as an Area I course for all other students.