GU4005: Conservation Policy | S. Kross

Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
Tu 2-3:50PM

The purpose of this course is to arm emerging scientists with an understanding of conservation policy at the city, state, federal and international levels. Our focus will be on understanding the science that informs conservation policy, evaluating the efficacy of conservation policies for achieving conservation goals, and learning about the role that scientists play in forming policy.

Prerequisites: Students should have completed at least one course in ecology, evolution or conservation biology.

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