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UCLA - Luskin School of Public Affairs

PP-252: Introduction to Environmental Policy Analysis

DescriptionThis course enables students read, discuss and write critically about environmental policy. It covers a wide variety of topics with cross-disciplinary perspectives. Students are expected to understand basic concepts and methods of environmental analysis and to be able to analyze major environmental and resource issues at global, regional and local levels.

Faculty:  Rui Wang  (Spring 2013)

Source: At (accessed 29 October 2014)

Commentary by the Atlas editors: The class schedule provides candidates for topic titles to be developed by the Atlas:

1. Introduction

2. The environment and its problems

3. Decision-making principles

4. Regulatory choices

5. Environmental governance and environmentalism

6. Resource management and conservation

7. Energy and climate change

8. Environmental risks and hazards

9. Environment and development

Page created by: Ian Clark, last updated 29 October 2014. The content presented on this page, except in the Commentary, is drawn directly from the source(s) cited above, and consists of direct quotations or close paraphrases.



PP252 Introduction to Environmental Policy Analysis, Wang, Spring 2013

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