Climate Change and Energy Policy Development
Climate change is real and influenced by human activity, and it will require a concerted international, national and local effort to avoid or mitigate significant alterations to planetary life and supporting systems. Students wille xamine the causes, both current and future impacts and options designed to address this issue. They will examine the enormous complexity of global law and policy that bear on current energy policy and future choices.
Prerequisite: EITHER an ENP course, SCI 150, OR SCI 210 OR SCI 310 OR Core 230: Ethics and the Environment for fall 2019 January 01 2019 10:35 PM Arneson, Tara - ARC
Not Offered This Semester