Columbia

UN2000: Introduction to Environmental Law | P. Weinberg

Sustainable Development
Undergraduate Lecture
MW 10:10-11:25AM

The course provides an overview of environmental law for students without a legal background. It examines U.S. statutes and regulations regarding air, water, hazardous and toxic materials, land use, climate change, endangered species, and the like, as well as international environmental issues. After completing the course students should be equipped to understand how the environmental laws operate, the role of the courts, international treaties and government agencies in implementing environmental protection, and techniques used in addressing these issues.

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Posted in: 2018 Spring Undergraduate, ALL


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