This course is an introduction to comparative environmental policy. The main focus of the course will be Canada-US-Mexico comparative policy around climate change, biodiversity, water resources, and pollution. Other countries may be examined as larger themes related to sustainable development and environmental justice will be covered in detail.
This course is recommended for students with an interest in comparative politics and policy. Previous courses in comparative and international political science, geography and sociology will be an asset.
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