Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies Department

ES 1 Intro to Environmental Studies

4 units GE course

Pat Cornely, Executive Director for the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies, is the lead instructor for this mediated learning class!  Please contact Pat at cornelypat@fhda.edu or KC 218 regarding this class!

** E S -001.55 is a pre-recorded Teleclass.  You can pick up the ES 1-ML greensheet, journal and videostream/VHS materials at our Stewardship Resource Center (SRC) located upstairs at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies (KCES)! 

Course Description:
An interdisciplinary study of the use of the earth's natural resources by human civilizations, past and present, and the role that economics, ethics, law, history, politics, culture and gender inequity have played in resource use and distribution


Site Navigation:
Course Syllabus

Handouts:
Field Trip Info and Worksheet - Muir's National Historic Site

PowerPoint Lecture Notes:
Teleclass #1 - Announcements

Teleclass #1 - Environmental Unity
Teleclass #1 - Environmental Studies
Teleclass #1 - Human & Earth (Part 1)
Teleclass #1 - Human & Earth (Part 2)
Teleclass #2 - Announcements
Teleclass #2 - Native Americans
Teleclass #2 - Environmental Methods
Teleclass #3 - Announcements
Teleclass #3 - Preservation vs. Conservation
Teleclass #3 - Environmental Leaders
Teleclass #4 - Announcements
Teleclass #5 - Natural Resources
Teleclass #5 - Announcements
Teleclass #5 - Ecological Integrity
Teleclass #5 - Federal Agencies
Teleclass #6 - Announcements
Telecass #6 - Environmental Ethics
Student Action Plan
Teleclass #7 - Announcements
Teleclass #7 - Environmental Politics
Teleclass #7 - Jeff Staudinger Docs
Teleclass #8 - Announcements
Teleclass #8 - Envir. Economics
Teleclass #9 - Announcements
Teleclass #10 - Annoncements


Environmental Studies Building: Kirsch Center
Contact: Pat Cornely
Phone: 408.864.8628
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Last Updated: 3/25/09