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Human Ecology students navigate environmental law and the state of the Raritan River

Dec 7, 2019

It’s important to understand how environmental law is structured, how it functions because these students will go into careers where they’ll be responsible for implementations, says Professor Cymie Payne. You need to understand why the regulations are there and how they affect policy and action. Taking abstract concepts and law and the industrial processes that affect our environment. To get out onto the river to understand the impact of industry and the statutes we look at helps these students to take abstract concepts and make them real.
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http://sebsnjaesnews.rutgers.edu/2019/12/human-ecology-students-navigate-environmental-law-and-the-state-of-the-raritan-river/


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