Global Environmental Policy

This course studies the actors, institutions, and mechanisms that structure global environmental regimes. Students will examine the theoretical and regulatory foundations that have shaped contemporary study and practice; explore emergent and innovative responses in policy/law to interlinked environmental issues; and interrogate connections between formal global regulation and subnational, private, and nonstate governance mechanisms. Recommended prerequisites: EV271 or PS209. 1 unit.

1 unit — Angstadt


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 3 Global Environmental Policy Mike Angstadt Tutt Science Building 122 25 / 0 05/21/2022
Fall 2022 Block 2 Global Environmental Policy Mike Angstadt TBA 25 / 0 05/21/2022
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