CONSERVATION LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY
This course examines natural resource policy globally, and at the federal and state level demonstrating regional and societal differences. Enforcement administrators learn to understand the impacts of natural resource based policy and how it directs the focus of agency. From a global perspective various treaties and conventions will be discussed. At the state and federal level topics such as the Endangered Species Act, Lacey Act will be reviewed.
College Level : Graduate
Jan 11, 2021 — Mar 7, 2021
For credit cost: $2610