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Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS) is an exciting and highly relevant cross-disciplinary subject that draws together elements of Biology, Geography and Environmental Science. The course provides a coherent perspective on the interrelationships between environmental systems and the societies within them, encouraging students to develop an informed...

The only way to maintain environmental sustainability is to change humans' habits and relationships towards nature. Some of the positive environmental sustainability steps in this process are:   “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” - Every product we purchase has an environmental footprint, from the materials used to create it...

In ESS course the system approach is very important. Included in an environmental system, we find a an assemblage of parts, working together, forming a functional whole. Many types of environmental systems exist. From cells, to people, to cars to the whole planet. Systems occur...

The highest paying environmental jobs are energy managers, landscape architects and environmental layers. Environmental lawyers help clients with environmental concerns, such as: Air and water pollution. Waste management. Waste recycling. These lawyers are the people you call when looking to get a permit for your new construction...

Environmental science programs generally consist of classes in ecology, hydrology, geology and atmospheric science, plus core classes in math, chemistry, biology, physics and social sciences. You might also take courses in geographic information systems (GIS), land use planning, data analysis and global positioning systems (GPS). Some...