Legal StudiesLGST137 International Environmental Law and Policy

International environmental law (IEL) endeavors to control pollution and depletion of natural resources within a framework of sustainable development and is formally a branch of public international law—a body of law created by nation states for nation states, to govern problems between nation states. Examines landmark developments of IEL since 1972 within a historical continuum to better understand their strengths and weaknesses.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to legal studies majors during first and second pass enrollment.

Credits

5