Undergraduate

Undergraduate

  • Caroline Karp, Brown University. ENVS 0510: Problems in International Environmental Policy Fall 2009 Course Description: Introduces global environmental problems, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, depletion of freshwater resources, the hole in the ozone layer, and the international transport of hazardous waste as pressing political concerns in the international arena. Provides a practical introduction to the major actors in international environmental politics (nation states, international organizations, scientists, non-governmental organizations, and business actors) and presents an overview of the key theoretical traditions used to analyze the drivers and politics of international environmental issues. Open enrollment. A background in environmental issues, as evidenced by taking ES 11 (ENVS 0110) or an equivalent course, is strongly recommended.
  • C. Van Aller, Winthrop University. Environmental Politics
  • Jennifer White, University of Georgia Environmental Politics, Summer 2009

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