|92-405 Natural Resources Policy F,W(3-0)|
An analysis of how political, economic, social and scientific factors interact to determine the policy underlying management of renewable and non-renewable natural resources provincially, nationally and internationally. The course will analyze current policies pertaining to fisheries, wild life, forestry, energy, water, minerals, international treaties and accords.
|Prerequisites: 30 course credits.|
|1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar|
Last revised: August 28, 1996. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.