EUS 202 EXAM REVIEW
Global Population Trends
Our global population has increased rapidly in the last 200-300 years
because of medical advances, industrial revolution, agricultural revolution,
colonization of new lands, culture (reproduce more, better lif
EUS 202 Lecture 5
Cities in the global south Different challenges?
Over crowding in these cities
Solutions are needed most urgently to address these problems
Where is the slum?
- Global south, as opposed the global north.
- The tendency to label many of
Sustaining the citys environment
Different approaches to sustaining the citys environment
-sustainable development (e.g; setterwite)
- ecological sustainability (hough 2004)
- social construction of nature (cronons 1994)
- political ecolo
LECTURE 1 Approaching Sustainability
o What is sustainable?
Sustainable, ecological processes
o What issues are left out when discussing sustainability?
What role we play as individuals in sustainab
Sustainable cities/cities that contribute to sustainable development
Abstract; assessing the environmental performance of cities vs. meeting sustainable
How do environmental goals fit with the social, political, economic and political
In the city, we come across land that is manipulated by human life everyday.
There is practically no land that has not been touched by the modern city, and therefore
we have to look harder for nature within our environment.