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ES/ENVS 3340 3.00   Global Environmental Politics

Course Description:

Examines the interrelationship between globalization and environment. It analyzes the historical development of the global environmental system and theoretical approaches to understanding the global environment. It considers the main actors, institutions and legal instruments related to global environmental issues. The environmental impacts of, and political responses to, such phenomena as global warming, trade, structural adjustment, transnational corporate activity, foreign aid, environmental security, and biodiversity depletion are studied. Prerequisite: Third or fourth year standing and completion of six credits in ES/ENVS, or permission of the instructor.

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Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Schedule

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