|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. This course is offered to students in semester 7 or 8. Students in semester 6 may enrol only with the approval of the instructor.
|Prerequisites: 30 course credits.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|