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GEOG 311-3-3 Environmental Management

This course guide is designed to assist students in understanding the complex issues involved in environmental management specifically climatic change and how the adoption of new policies and technologies can help to mitigate this crisis situation.

The Scientist that Developed the Theory that Green House Gases would cause Global Warming Did Not get credit for it

The theory of that Green House Gases (GHG) had the potential to create Climate Change was first published in 1856, by a woman named Eunice Foote, who was a physicist, inventor and women’s rights advocate from Seneca Falls, New York - who did not get proper scholarly credit for her theory. 

Suzuki, David. 2020. "The woman who discovered global warming — in 1856!." Accessed February 3, 2021. https://davidsuzuki.org/story/the-woman-who-discovered-global-warming-in-1856/

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