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Prerequisites: RHAG students cannot take more than 22 credits of 1000 level courses
Grading Basis: Graded
Overview of the history of natural resource use and environmental conservation policy development from prehistoric to present times. Examination of the emergence of the 20th century conservation movement in North America and the transition to the environmental movement is used to highlight recurring environmental issue themes such as: private ownership vs. public trust doctrine; commercial trade in natural resources; development vs. protection; sustainability; and the role of society and governments in regulation. Through selected readings and case studies, students are challenged to begin development of their personal ethics regarding the development, conservation and protection of the environment. CA 1.
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|1203 5378 1 001||Spring 2020||Storrs||In Person||Morzillo, Anita
||0/80||See Intd 3222-096 for optional Spanish language component (Linkage through Language).|
|1203 5553 1 001D||Spring 2020||Storrs||In Person||Difalco, Steven
|1203 5554 1 002D||Spring 2020||Storrs||In Person||Difalco, Steven
|1203 5555 1 003D||Spring 2020||Storrs||In Person||Difalco, Steven
|1203 5556 1 004D||Spring 2020||Storrs||In Person||Difalco, Steven