This will be the seventh year of the University of Toronto’s summer program in Australia. The program provides a unique opportunity to consider human impacts on the natural environment and measures to address these impacts, focusing particularly on protected conservation areas.
From its rainforests, coastlines and coral reefs to its arid interior, Australia offers a diverse range of natural and cultural landscapes and ecosystems to explore. Evolving from origins in ancient Gondwana and millions of years of geographic isolation, Australia boasts geographical and natural features found nowhere else in the world.
NOTE: This course is worth one half-year credit (H) and is contingent on adequate enrolment.