Description: This is a multidisciplinary course in which students explore the connection between energy, health and poverty and the implications for sustainable development, the role for science, technology and policy, and the 'energy ladder.' Students will learn about the barriers to sustainable development and be part of finding cost-effective, culturally appropriate solutions. Students in the course are eligible to apply for a summer internship in Africa, during which they will identify challenges to sustainable development, and design and implement solutions. Enrollment requires instructor permission with a special registration form found on the Registrar's website under "Online Forms." Undergraduates from all majors may apply. Cross-list: GLHT 411. Recommended Prerequisite(s): POST 401 Mutually Exclusive: Cannot register for POST 411 if student has credit for GLHT 411. Repeatable for Credit.