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ENVP 552 Political Economy of Climate Change 3.0 Credits

Climate change is one of the most debated issues in recent decades. It is increasingly accepted that climate change is one of the major threats for the stability and development of human society. Without going into the depths of geoscience and historical climatology, this course analyzes the evidence of climate change, the causes of it, the politics of controversies about climate change, and the proposals to deal with it.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Mechanical Engineering BSME / Peace Engineering MS

...620 , SCTS 641 , SCTS 645 Politics electives: ENVP 552 , PSCI 510 , PSCI 553 Education electives...

Peace Engineering

...645 , Politics electives: PSCI 510 , PSCI 553 , ENVP 552 Education electives : EDGI 550 , EDGI 533...

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