Sustainability looks to protect our natural environment, human and ecological health, while driving innovation and not compromising our way of life.

Matthew Mason, What Is Sustainability and Why Is It Important?, environmentalscience.org

Overview

Module 1 – The Great Change: Confronting Our Complex Climate Crisis – 9 Courses

Module 2 – Sustainability, Society and You – 16 Courses

Module 3 – Renewable Energy Technologies – 7 Courses

Module 4 – Environmental Philosophy – 9 Courses

Module 5 – Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community – 6 Courses

Module 6 РJourney of the Universe: A Story for our Times Р4 Courses

Module 7 – Sustainable Cities – 7 Courses

Module 8 – Green Building – 11 Courses

Module 9 – Environmental Entrepreneurship – 8 Courses

Module 10 – The Great Work: Solving Our Complex Climate Crisis – 8 Courses

Diplomas73 Certificates 

Final Project To be confirmed

I built this concentration to fully understand the global ramifications of the climate crisis and how we can go about solving it in a way that is mutually enhancing for the natural environment and human being alike…

The orientation toward the natural world should be understood in relation to all human activities. The Earth would be our primary teacher in industry and economics. It would teach us a system in which there would be a minimum of unusable or unfruitful waste.

Thomas Berry, The Great Work: Our Way Into The Future, 1999:64-5