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St. Augustine and Environmental Choices   



St. Augustine and its citizens face complex decisions in the coming days, decades, and centuries relating to the interaction of the city and its environment. Flood waters from storms and exceptionally high tides increasingly disrupt life in St. Augustine.  

Why is that and how can we respond?  

This environmental science-based course will explore the natural processes at play and look at how other communities around the world are dealing with them.  

Explore the factors that influence which areas will experience the most sea level rise. Learn what St. Augustine’s climate will be like in the future and learn about the geophysical forces that contribute to climate and climate change. Study development strategies that seek a triple bottom line:  environmental sound, socially just, and economically viable. Look into population dynamics and how we can access ecological health.

 

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Item: SU21BLLSCIENV1 John Wooldridge
 

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  Fee: $49.00
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Class starts June 29, 2021.

This course will be offered via Zoom. Students must have a computer with audio and video, internet connection, and email to participate. Students will receive an email with the link to join the class.