INTS 341 Comparative Ecopolitics


This course examines the question why different countries and communities end up with different approaches to the same environmental
and population problems. Using a comparative lens, we look for the answer in different roles of social movements and advocacy; regime
type; political culture and institutions; the policymaking process; and economic development. This course may be sequenced with INTS
220: Global Ecopolitics for the purposes of the IS minor.

Degree Requirements