POLS 235 Environmental Politics and Policy
Course examines the political processes and participants involved in environmental policymaking in the U.S.; integrates environmental science and political analysis in policy areas including public lands, waste management, energy, water resources, pollution control and biodiversity; analyzes regulation, cooperation and market-based approaches to policy implementation; focuses on national policy, but includes New York State examples and global issues as appropriate. This course will be offered each spring semester. Offered irregularly. (LA, SS3, SUSF)
Prerequisite: SoS or 3 s.h. POLS.
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