The class focuses on the subject of deforestation, pollution, extinction of certain plants and animals, etc., and how these things have built the present world. I've always been a bookworm, but the assigned books were the ones I studied the most. This was also the only class I didn't mind writing annotated bibliographies for!
My professor was a tall, slender man with a tranquil voice and a handful of patience for every student. Some may say a bit too tranquil for their liking, but I found the lectures interesting. You can easily tell when a professor is interested in what they teach, and my professor was nothing but deeply involved. I even interviewed him for my journalism final.ヽ(゜∇゜)ノ
If you're a college/ university student, check if your school has any Environmental History classes. I highly recommend it for any animal, environmental, or history lover. When I moved out a year later, I took my environmental history books with me as I couldn't part ways with them. These were the class books:
Which school subject was always your favorite?