Climate Justice, Minor (0315)
- Western Sydney University Minor Code: 0315
Previous Code: SM1151.1
Available to students in other Western Sydney University Programs: Yes. Check that your program has the available credit points required to complete the subjects in this field of study. Any requisite requirements must also be met. Consult your Program Advisor for further advice.
Earth’s climate is warming and species are becoming extinct at a rate not seen for sixty-six million years. The climate and extinction crises are precipitating resource shortages and inter-societal conflict. Social groups small and large grapple with how to respond to this global crisis, and social principles of equity and justice are under strain. This transdisciplinary minor introduces students to climate justice, a principle of equitable economic and social responsibility for these crises. Moving across the HASS-STEM divide, students encounter multiple knowledges which critique ‘business-as-usual thinking’ and offer just methods for multispecies flourishing in the present and future.
This minor is a Challenge Minor, which is an innovative transdisciplinary minor co-created with students as partners. With a Challenge Minor, your learning reaches beyond your discipline, giving you the chance to amplify your learning in new directions. For more information, visit the Challenge Minor website.
Note: Students will be required to travel between campuses as not all units are offered at all campuses.
Curriculum delivered through an agreement with another party
Students must complete 40 credit points as follows.
|HUMN 3043||Globalisation and Sustainability||10|
|Select two of the following:||20|
|Society, Culture and Human Diversity|
|Mangamai'bangawarra: Indigenous Science|
|Catastrophe: The Environmental History of the Ancient World|
|And complete the following:|
|HUMN 1058||Indigenous Landscapes||10|
|Total Credit Points||40|