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EVR2861 Environmental Policy and Law

This course surveys the history and current conditions of environmental policy development and decision-making in the U.S. with emphasis on how policy is made and the conceptual structure, practical implementation, and underlying rationale of environmental policies and regulations. This course is designed to provide an overview of general environmental and land use law including permitting, enforcement, toxic substances, and environmental litigation issues. Students will study cases, learn about federal, state and local agencies that regulate and enforce environmental law and policy.

Credits

3

Enrollment Requirements

Prerequisite: ENC1101; Corequisite: EVR2001, EVR2001L

Offered

Fall, Spring