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Introduction to Sustainable Resource Management

Author: Judi Gregory

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This course will look at upstream practices that reduce waste during the manufacturing and distribution of products, as well as downstream practices to collect, reuse, recycle and compost materials once they have been discarded. Additionally, the course will look at the impacts to the economy and job creation connected to SRM. This introductory course on Sustainable Resource Management covers the 25 principles, or student learning outcomes (SLO’s), identified by the National Standards Certification Board of the NRC.

Year Published: 2015

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Keywords included: reduce, reuse, recycling, compost, introduction to sustainable resource management syllabus, sustainability courses

 

 

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