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Planning Human-Wildlife Interactions In Urban Environments

UESP615

Description

This course is an introduction to both the issues surrounding human-wildlife interactions in urban environments and an exploration into meaningful plans to support productive ecological coexistence. After providing a historical context and background on current conservation efforts, students will learn innovative strategies to support areas which are valuable to both humans and wildlife. Topics covered will include multi-level policy development, ecological economics of wildlife in urban spaces, zoonotic disease transmission and prevention, global encroachment trends, hunting in relation to wildlife abundance, and even tourism practices in urban environments. Students will additionally be exposed to the principles of wildlife forensics, and learn how to design and implement culturally appropriate and community-led solutions to human-wildlife challenges.

Dates

Jan 11, 2021 — Mar 7, 2021

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1950