Environmental Policy

Environmental Studies 208

Usual Description

This course introduces students to the foundations, evolution, actors, content, goals and future of environmental policies in the U.S. We will contrast federal policies with initiatives in local communities, at the State level, in other countries, and at the international level. By navigating through various levels of governance, this course builds a typology of environmental policies highlighting distinct assumptions , interests, approaches and agendas of key players in the development and implementation of policy.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Michael Maniates
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Camille Washington-Ottombre
Environmental Studies 208 Taught by Camille Washington-Ottombre
Environmental Studies 208
Environmental Studies 208
Environmental Studies 208
Environmental Studies 208