Stanford professors Pamela Matson and Jeffrey Koseff teach "Meeting the Global Sustainability Challenge," a Thinking Matters course that focuses on the goals of sustainable development. It explores how science and technology can contribute to the solution of some of the most critical problems of the 21st century—improving human well-being while preserving Earth’s life support systems (air, water, climate, ecosystems) over the long run.
For more on Thinking Matters: http://news.stanford.edu/features/2014/thinking-matters/
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