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GEOG 2200

International Issues in Natural Resources and Conservation
Credit Hours:
3

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. 

Not offered on a regular basis.

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Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in FANR 2100 or FORS 2100
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