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Environmental Threats to Oceans and Coasts: Towards an Integrated Policy Response

Recommended: ENSP101 and ENSP102. Restriction: Must have earned a minimum of 60 credits. And must be a major in the Environmental Science and Policy program; or permission of Environmental Science and Policy program. An interdisciplinary study of the challenges of maintaining the health and vitality of oceans and coasts in the face of climate change, extreme weather, and other threats including pollution, and oil and gas development. Exploration of four broad themes: resource management, conservation and stewardship, pollution, and coastal zone management. Also, an analysis of current efforts to integrate these themes through ecosystem-based management; marine spatial planning; and related policy responses.

Spring 2022

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