CMPL 546 International Environmental Law and Politics (3 credits)

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Offered by: Law (Faculty of Law)


Comparative Law : Examination of institutions and processes for global environmental protection. Consideration of means for advancing international cooperation for environmental protection, focusing on international law. Analysis of obstacles to applying international law to environmental problems. Examination of a range of governance structures for environmental protection and the way in which they operate.

Terms: Fall 2011

Instructors: Ellis, Jaye Dana (Fall)

  • Public International Law recommended