Agricultural production, food security, resource management, population change, ecology of human disease, environmental pollution and the symbolism of place and landscape are studied by
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it provides valuable information on how the world economy works and why it works, going from early colonialism to modern neocolonialism, and discusses the effects of globalization.
The highlights of this course for me was learning the path products take to get from poorer countries (where the US gets their labor) to the wealthier countries, and I was astonished at how our finished products travel all over the world.
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Advice for students:
You need to pay attention in lectures, and take thorough notes, and participate in answering questions to get as much information as possible.