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EV321 – Environmental Management

An environmental study in pursuit of sustainable development.


Distinguished Lecturer Phil Kannan email

In Environmental Management, students will work to achieve the goal of sustainable development of natural resources using and considering approaches such as ecosystems management, adaptive management, environmental management systems, and the precautionary principle. Students will analyze these approaches in case studies involving mining, grazing, damming, and logging and apply them to other activities that impact the environment, such as protecting ocean fisheries and energy production.

Prerequisite: EV 221