Prerequisites/Corequisites: Take POLI-101 or POLI-103. (Required, Previous).
Credit Hours: Min: 3; Max:
Description: (Same as Geography 355 and Environmental Science and Studies 355) Students examine how environmental processes interact with social, political, and economic processes and institutions around the world. This course traces the historical and theoretical perspectives that influence global environmental policy and management, explores how multiple identities (e.g. gender, culture, race, and nation) impact the experience of environmental politics, and applies these theoretical and experiential perspectives to contemporary environmental issues (e.g. climate change, resource use, energy policy, and agriculture). Credit cannot be received for both POLI-355/GEOG-355 and ENVR-355.