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Planetary Boundaries
Fall Elective Opportunity

For further information Contact:
Dr. David Randle

Telephone 727-388-6675

Email: davidrandle@usd.edu
Louis Zunguze, MURP
Telephone 801-5601270
Email: azunguze@usf.edu

Planetary Boundaries and Human Opportunities:
The Quest for Safe and Just Development on a
Resilient Planet helps students to explore and apply a
range of emerging concepts within sustainability
science. These concepts include: the Anthropocene,
planetary boundaries, the social-ecological systems
approach and resilience thinking. Such concepts are
at the core of contemporary research and debates in
the arena of global sustainability.

• Online lectures offered through the SDG Academy.
• Six in class sessions at PCGS
• A class project in the Blue Community UNTWO INSTO
• Certificate upon successful completion from the SDG

Faculty for the Course include:

Dr. David Randle Sustainable Tourism (top)

Louis Zunguze MURP Coastal Sustainability (Center)

Dr. T.H. Culhane Food, Energy, Water Nexus

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Intro of SDG Academy Lectures

This course aims at expanding and updating participant’s
‘conceptual toolbox’ in matters of global sustainability.
Upon successful completion, a participant will be able to
demonstrate a clear understanding of key concepts on
global environmental change and their theoretical
underpinning, as well as an up-to-date understanding of
current debates in the global sustainability arena and
emerging examples of approaches and solutions
currently being developed.

• Topics include: climate change, ocean acidification,
nitrogen phosphorus overload, land use change, fresh water
use, biodiversity loss, aerosol overloading, chemical
pollution, and ozone depletion.

• Students will be presented a case study on the Villages
Nature project in France to explore how tourism
development can meet the challenges of the planetary

• Students will work with the communities of the UNWTO
Blue Community Sustainable Tourism Observatory to
develop model policies for cities to address these issues.

• Three PCGS faculty providing lectures for the course. Dr.
David Randle, Dr. T.H. Culhane, and Louis Zunguze.

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