Canadian Environmental Politics
This course examines the current state of environmental policy-making in Canada, both in terms of the domestic context for policy-making and the manner in which public officials formulate and implement policy. A series of case studies, such as air pollution, the urban environment and genetically modified organisms, are then examined in order to show interactions among factors associated with the context and policy process in Canada.
- Registration status: senior student.
|Waterloo Campus||PO316||R - 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Winter Term|