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88-765 Climate Change, Energy Policy and Environmental Protection

Department:Social & Decision Sci.
Cross-listed:79-365 , 88-382 , 90-767
Notes:All seats are reserved for graduate students.
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Global concerns about climate changes have led to the formation of conventions and panels to discuss the regulation of greenhouse gasses and energy-related carbon emissions. This course will examine climate change and energy policy, the applicable international and national legal and institutional arrangements, and alternative scenarios for energy development and emissions reductions by drawing largely on primary source materials from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other international organizations, governments, and academic and industry groups. During the course of study and in assigned work, students will learn how to undertake structured policy analysis and develop policy recommendations. A substantial portion of the course will be dedicated to energy policy in the United States, but key developing countries such as China, India and others also will be examined.

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A 10:30 - 11:50 am M Ferreira HBH 1003 Add course to my schedule
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