ANS 361 • 20-International Environmental Policy
9:30 AM-11:00 AM
Review how well global environmental solutions are coordinated by existing international regimes, big and small. Evaluate current proposals for new types of coordination. Short of formal coordination, study factors affecting voluntarily adoption of international environmental standards, in particular, success winning necessary cooperation from local communities. Acquire workable ideas of how international environmental policy could be made bettereffective, economical, cooperative, and durable as well as realistic political strategies for putting the preferred policies in place.
Seven written exercises plus a 10-page paper. No exams. Value x Grade = Points. An exercise value of 1, 2, or 3 is multiplied by a grade of 1 (mostly inadequate), 2 (partly inadequate), 3 (adequate), 4 (partly superior), or 5 (mostly superior) to make 1 to 15 course points each.
Gareth Porter & Janet Brow, Global Environmental Politics (2nd ed., 1996) (ed) Peter Haas et. al. Institutions for the Earth: Sources of Effective International Environmental Protection. (1993)