Professor Sean Kay will offer PG 280 Environmental Politics and Policy this spring.
The course focuses upon environmental politics and policies in the United States and internationally. The course looks at the environment as an issue in American political development as well as theories of environmental politics. The course also surveys environmental policymaking in the United States and international environmental governance and ongoing challenges. Students in this class will gain an in-depth understanding of the relationship between the environment and politics and policy outcomes, while also developing their own skills to engage as citizens on issues pertaining to the environment and our place within it.
Offered Spring semester, 2018 at 10:00-10:50 MWF (PG Area I)
This course serves as an elective for both the Environmental Studies and Environmental Science majors.