Globalization and the Natural Environment
General Catalog Course Title:
Globalization and the Natural Environment
Terms Offered:
Fall 2014
Fall 2013
Fall 2012
Fall 2011
Course Thread: 
Sciences and Society
Instructor: 
Karp, Larry

 

An examination of the environmental effects of globalization. How has increased international trade, the integration of markets, and the adoption of international agreements affected the environment? Case studies include the environmental impact of GATT/WTO and NAFTA. Multi-disciplinary approach examines the actual laws and institutions and the economic theories of globalization, in addition to the empirical evidence of globalization's environmental effects.

 

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