This class provides a deep dive into sustainability in action. Students will move from considering sustainability in action at Temple to thinking about it in the context of the city of Philadelphia and then zooming out even further to global conversations. Students will have the opportunity to bring together your interdisciplinary studies to date as you work on a final project of your choice, addressing a topic or question related to any aspect of sustainability at Temple or in the wider Temple community. Examples of projects may include final papers, art installations, film or other visual media, performance, building model, mapping tools, etc. (These projects can re-purpose and build upon ideas explored in prior coursework but cannot re-use work that was previously submitted to fulfill a course requirement.) All final projects must address the three pillars of sustainability - environmental, economic, and social. This course is the final requirement for the undergraduate Certificate in Sustainability.
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Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.