Environmental Policy, Politics and Organizations
Examines the ways that environmental policies are formed and implemented,and the behavior of governmental and nongovernmental organizations as they shape policies and management programs. Develops an analytic ability to disaggregate complex political and management situations, assess the feasibility of environmental policy changes, and build strategy to get such changes adopted and implemented. Decision-forcing case studies explore situations at the federal, state, and local levels primarily in the U.S. domestic context.
Pass / Fail
Pass/Fail or S/U optional
SNRE Graduate Standing or Permission of Instructor.
Offered Fall Semester
Offered Winter Semester