Equador | May 24 - June 13

International Perspectives on Food, Energy, and Water

Learn about the Quicha indigenous population of the Andean Mountains. Explore the Napo River, a tributary to the Amazon River. Gain a better understanding of how indigenous communities adapted to tourism and oil exploration. Acquire knowledge about the Galapagos Islands and their sustainability model.

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Details at a Glance

Dates:

May 24 - June 13st, 2015

Course:

International Perspectives on Food, Energy, and Water

Credits:

2

Instructor:

TBA

CRN:

TBA

Pre-requisites:

TBA

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