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Freshwater Footprints and Futures

ENV 212/CEE 212

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This interdisciplinary seminar explores freshwater use, its present-day impacts, and possible future trajectories. We will examine various modes of seeing interconnections in freshwater resources through diagrams, maps, models, and photographs, and look at pressures through multiple conceptual frameworks such as water footprints and planetary boundaries. We also engage approaches for calculating, performing, and imagining alternative water futures. The course aims to provide students a supportive space to think and learn together about pathways for addressing grand water challenges.
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Section S01