International Biodiversity & Wildlife Law (LAW-681-001)
Meets from 6/12-6/16. Students may earn academic credit for up to two credits per week in the summer semester (excluding full semester courses). This course counts toward the two credit per week limit. To register, email email@example.com.
Reviews the major principles of international law for the conservation of biological diversity and wildlife. We will discuss international agreements relating to topics such as biological diversity, ocean fisheries, migratory species, ecosystems and wildlife trade, with a problem-solving perspective that takes account of scientific, economic and cultural factors, and the range of policy and management tools that can promote conservation.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Readings will be drawn from Hunter, Salzman & Zaelke, International Environmental Law and Policy (5th ed. 2015) and other materials assembled by the professor. Readings in electronic form will be available on my.wcl course site.
First Class Readings
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