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The Urban Sustainability Program will provide you with the knowledge, power, and skills to promote sustainable policies and practices in your neighborhood and beyond. The program takes a unique interdisciplinary approach by offering concentrations in economics, environmental science, and sociology. It examines the dynamics between social and natural systems as well as the trade-offs among environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
Below are Urban Sustainability Program Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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SUST 1001 Introduction to Urban Sustainability
Course: SUST 1001 Title: Introduction to Stability Instructors: Shtob, Branco and Lopez-Pumarejo Platform: WP (Academic Commons) Semester: Spring 2021
SUST 2001W Urban Sustainability Theory
Course: SUST 2001W Title: Urban Sustainability Theory Instructors: Shtob and Boger Platform: WP (Academic Commons) Semester: Spring 2021