ENVS 65 Global Environmental Politics
This course will examine the global politics associated with environmental issues such as desertification, wildlife management, biodiversity conservation, oceans and fisheries, shared water resources, and climate change. Specifically, we will engage these topics using theories from international relations and comparative politics. A major goal of the course is to give students a firm understanding of the linkages between the policy preferences of governments and the outcomes of international negotiations regarding the global environment.
or ENVS 3
or permission of instructor
Distributive and/or World Culture
Offered17W, 18W: 11