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y‰È–Ú‚Ì–Ú“Iz
 This course will focus on teaching the principles behind green business and helping students gain an understanding and appreciation for the need for sound policy governing the use of valuable natural resources. The impact of environmental stress caused by unchecked economic activities will be researched and clarified.
y“ž’B–Ú•Wz
 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 Learning about green business history/Understanding business and the environment
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Model replicating/Fieldwork and viewing of rural management policy
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Web-based design of green projects
yŽö‹Æ“à—ez
 This class will first review the current levels of economic output globally while analyzing the impact on limited natural resources. The middle section of the course will focus on historical policy governing and restricting use of resources, while the latter part of the course will ask students to analyze and model the future projections of economic vs. environmental implications for society and nature.
y‹³ˆç•û–@z
 Students will be guided through a combination of lecture and research along with developing projects on their own which simulate current crisis problems and case studies. Presentations will be both visual and interactive, based on student-led research and include community-wide input.
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 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 One semester-length green business project = 60%
 
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Research journal assignments = 30%
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Active involvement through discussions = 10%
y•KŒg}‘z
 N/A Instructor-provided
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 N/A Instructor-provided
y—šCã‚Ì’ˆÓz
 This course will be taught in English and students are expected to work together to develop good teamwork skills as well as basic research and analytical skills.
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yŠw¶‚ւ̃ƒbƒZ[ƒWz
 The damage to the environment by unchecked business activities is having consequences which are evident in today's global societies. What is our role going forward?
 
 *Note:Please allow some flexibility and patience for the introduction of this course online. I will try my best to deliver some online instruction.

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