Monday Wednesday Friday 10:00 10:50
To learn about policy, legislation, and regulation to protect the environment at all levels of government from the international to the local level. Students will be able to
Textbook readings, content lectures, guest speakers, in-class projects and presentations, and individual projects will be the foundation of the class. Your notes, together with the text, will be the basis for in-class tests.
Required Text:Environmental Law and Policy by Salzman and Thompson, 2nd Edition or Environmental Law and Policy by Salzman and Thompson, 3rd Edition.
Case studies will be presented to the class orally in PowerPoint format
Team presentations will be given in PowerPoint format, orally, to the class
Journals will be submitted in print form enclosed in a folder
Late assignments will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Communication concerning late assignments must be received by email before or within one class period of lateness, at
Attendance is required; be on time and do not leave early. Students with 3 or more unexcused absences will be dropped from the course. Excused absences must be communicated to Professor Dodge at
before or within one class period of absence.