This course addresses natural resources policy formulation from historical and current perspectives. It addresses traditional land use issues (forestry, range, wildlife, land, water, and air) from individual perspectives and using the holistic concepts of biodiversity which seek integrated planning and management. Students read about significant laws, court decisions, and policy; follow bills and report about the legislative process; and evaluate modern projects with a biodiversity goal.
This course can be applied toward:
One course in political science; introductory course to natural resources management fields.
Textbooks and Materials
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
- Environmental Policy and Biodiversity, 2nd Ed. (1994)
- Renewable Resource Policy: The Legal-Institutional Foundations (1993)
D. A. Adams
- Understanding Environmental Administration and Law, 3rd Ed. (2006)
S. J. Buck