This course is intended to provide a critical overview of the field with particular attention paid to emerging trends in science and planning systems. Description of the theoretical underpinnings of planning, the application and development of Decision Support Systems, as well as the introduction of case studies, will provide students with the background needed to deal with the particularities of regional planning issues of climate change adaptation(CCA). This course builds on EU/ENVS 1500 6.00 and EU/ENVS 2420 3.00 or EU/ENVS 3402 3.00
Prior to FALL 2020: ES/ENVS 1500 6.00 and ES/ENVS 2420 3.00 or ES/ENVS 3402 3.00
Prerequisite: Third-year or fourth- year standing or by permission of the instructor.
Programs: Sustainable Environmental Management