U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy

Considers contemporary and historical environmental politics in the United States and how politics is translated into policy. Examines federal policies and their effectiveness in protecting the environment and furthering environmental justice and investigates the role of actors including social movements, environmental organizations, industry, and state and local governments in shaping environmental governance. Environmental Studies majors and minors may count this course or EV271 toward the major, but not both. Prerequisites: None. Recommended prerequisites: EV145 or PS200. 1 unit. - McKendry.

Prerequisite: Environmental Program 141 or Political Science 200 recommended. EV Policy majors and EV Integrated Science majors can count this course or Environmental Program 271 toward the major, but not both.

1 unit — McKendry


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2023 Block 8 U. S. Environmental Politics and Policy Topic Details Corina McKendry Tutt Science Building 126 25 / 3 05/29/2023
Spring 2024 Block 5 U.S. Environmental Politics Corina McKendry TBA 25 / 25 05/29/2023
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