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PSCI 337 International Environmental Politics 4.0 Credits

Environmental problems increasingly impact the health, wealth, and security of people around the globe. The interdependence of states means that many of these challenges cannot be overcome by local or national policy alone, but rather require international or global solutions. This course offers students an introduction to international environmental politics. We will survey challenges to collective action, consider interdisciplinary perspectives on why and how international environmental problems emerge, and assess proposed solutions. Along the way we will familiarize ourselves with international institutions designed to manage ozone depletion, ocean resources, and climate change and consider how global environmental issues are intertwined with trade, migration, and national security concerns.

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

Biomedical Engineering

...FREN, GST, PHIL, PPE, PSCI, BLAW, HRMT, INTB...381 2.0 BMES 337 3.0 General...

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