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SIS-649 Environment and Development Course Level: Graduate

Environment and Development (3) An overview of the multidisciplinary field of environment and development. This course focuses on debates concerning various human-made or development- related root causes of natural-resource degradation in the Third World. Special attention is paid to the relationship between the rural poor and the environment. The course also looks critically at recent innovative policy responses attempting to link environment and development. Students learn "root-cause analysis" to assess both the debates and the policy responses. Usually Offered: spring.

Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate