POLS 361 - U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy

  • 3 credits

Public and contemporary issues relating to U.S. environmental policy.

This course can be applied towards:

Prerequisite

POLS 101 (American Government and Politics).

Instructors

Jeff Cook

jeff.cook@colostate.edu

Jeff’s research focuses on federal and state environmental and natural resources regulatory policy with a special emphasis on the interface between interest groups and agency personnel. Some of his published work in these fields is available in Review of Policy Research, Environmental Policy and Governance, the Journal of Natural Resource Policy Research, and the International Journal of Public Administration. Jeff is also a research associate at the Center for the New Energy Economy in Fort Collins, Colorado, and a graduate policy analyst intern at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado. Prior to joining CSU, Jeff received a master’s degree in environmental science and policy at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where he also received a bachelor’s degree in environmental politics and policy, political science, and public administration.

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