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Summer Term 2022
Jun 15, 2024
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An historical and contemporary investigation of U.S. environmental policies with an applied focus on the impact of national policy on the ecosystems and cultures of the American West. Reciprocally, this course traces how public lands agencies, social movements, historical land uses, and diverse cultures in the West shape U.S. environmental policy. Students combine analysis and discussion of major U.S. policies, prominent theories and issues, and student-led environmental service projects to better understand environmental challenges. Prerequisites: ENVS 100, ENVS 200 or COM 202, ECON 370.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate, Post B.A. (Second), Post BA, Graduate Level, Graduate Degree Seeking
Schedule Types: Lecture

Economics, History, & Poli Sci Division
Environmental Studies Department

Course Attributes:
Upper Division - 300-499

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