Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course presents an entire new spectrum to the possible solutions of current environmental and conservation issues. It focuses in education and working together with rural and indigenous communities for the ensured conservation of a large diversity of natural ecosystems. I would recommend the course for anyone interested in environmental issues, but who is not so into the scientific aspect of this branch of science.
In the course we learned about different strategies to solve environmental issues, and our teacher set the endangerment of the Jaguar in the mountains of Mexico as an example of how this practices were applied in the rural communities there.
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Advice for students:
I would recommend that you have interest in the topic, and do have some background with the scientific method even if the course is not exactly based on it, otherwise it might seem a bit boring.