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Advanced Topics in Environment and Health: Ecosystem Approaches in the Field (ENVS4800A)

Advanced Topics in Environment and Health: Ecosystem Approaches in the Field (ENVS4800A)

Advanced Topics in Environment and Health: Ecosystem Approaches in the Field

Course Code: ENVS 4800A
Course Date: February 19, 2022 to February 27, 2022
Course Instructor: Martin Bunch
 

Course Description

This course is an introduction to the ecosystem approach to health and well-being (ecohealth); an applied approach based on principles of systems thinking, transdisciplinarity, participation, gender and social equity, knowledge-to-action, and sustainability. The course will be a 10-day intensive course at York University’s Eco Campus in Costa Rica. In order to provide participants with a more concrete experience of ecosystem approaches to health, the course has been designed around the themes of EcoHealth and Watersheds and EcoHealth and Food. Both of these will focus on the case study of “linking health, environment and community” in the Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor.

 

Reading Week (Winter) 2020

The course ran from February 15-23, 2020. The instructor was Dr. Martin Bunch from the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.  

Reading Week (Winter) 2019

The course ran from February 16-24, 2019. The instructor was Dr. Martin Bunch from Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.  

Reading Week (Winter) 2018

The course ran from February 17-25, 2018. The instructor was Dr. Martin Bunch from Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change. (Photos courtesy of N. Ahmed)  

Summer 2017

The course ran from June 8-17, 2017. The instructor was Dr. Martin Bunch from Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.
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