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Lecture—3 hours. Prerequisite: Economics 1A or Political Science 1. The governance of water, including issues of water pollution/quality and water supply. The politics of water decision-making and effectiveness of water policy. Broad focus on federal water policy, with case examples from nationally significant U.S. watersheds. GE credit: SocSci.—III. (III.) Lubell
Lecture—3 hours; discussion—1 hour. Prerequisite: Economics 1A. Investigation of alternative approaches to public lands management by Federal and state agencies. The role each agency’s legislation plays in determining the range of resource allocations. GE credit: SocSci.—I. (I.) Lubell
Graduate course providing overview of the concept of social-ecological systems and associated social science topics. Includes sections on collective action, decision-making, networks, science and policy, ecosystem management, conservation and development. Graduate students develop case studies for application of class materials. Final paper requirement to advance dissertation topics.
Information for potential graduate students interested in joining CEPB through affiliated graduate programs.
A list of readings that have been suggested for the environmental policy lab. We have read some but not all of these in the lab. Links included for most.