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Politics of Environmental Issues

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Description

People fight over issues like organic food or natural gas drilling because they have different values, define problems differently, and aim for different goals. In this introductory course, we use environmental issues to learn about political conflicts, government, and policy.

Credits:

3

Prerequisite:

None

Course Syllabus



Course Professors

    Spring 2019

  1. Oberg, Angie
  2. Fall 2018

  3. Oberg, Angie
  4. Spring 2018

  5. Schoolman, Ethan
  6. Fall 2017

  7. Schoolman, Ethan
  8. Spring 2017

  9. Schoolman, Ethan
  10. Fall 2016

  11. Schoolman, Ethan
  12. Spring 2016

  13. Schoolman, Ethan
  14. Fall 2015

  15. Oberg, Angie
  16. Spring 2015

  17. O'Neill, Karen
  18. Fall 2014

  19. O'Neill, Karen
  20. Spring 2014

  21. O'Neill, Karen
  22. Fall 2013

  23. O'Neill, Karen
  24. Spring 2013

  25. O'Neill, Karen
  26. Spring 2012

  27. O'Neill, Karen
  28. Fall 2011

  29. O'Neill, Karen
  30. Spring 2010

  31. O'Neill, Karen
 
  1. Rutgers
  2. New Brunswick
Department of Human Ecology