Catalog Number: 1055
Number of Credits: 3
This course examines the interrelationships among environmental science, ethics, and policy. It covers such topics as origin and development of the environmental movement, environmental values and attitudes, enactment and mechanics of environmental regulations and statutes, environmental economics and politics, and future environmental scenarios. The various socio-economic, legal, and political implications will be scrutinized within the context of specific case studies of environmental/ecological concern, ranging from local to global.Offered every spring term. Lecture 3 hours.