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Introduction to international natural resource policy concentrating on endangered species, international trade, multiple land-use and conservation planning, eco-tourism, sustainability, and environmental education. Conservation continuum is explored from protectionist to utilitarian perspectives. Three case studies (Africa, Asia, Europe) are investigated to understand how policies affect areas they claim to protect.

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Prerequisites or Corequisites:

The course will not be open to students who have credit in the following courses:

FANR 2100 and/or FORS 2100

Course name:
International Issues in Natural Resources and Conservation