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Environmental Law: Natural Resources

This course is one of the two foundation courses in environmental law and presents a survey of programs that govern the use and protection of natural resource systems, including energy, mining, timber, grazing, transportation and water resource development. Special attention is given to the National Environmental Policy Act, and to management statutes for public lands, forests, parks, refuges, wilderness areas, and endangered species. (3 Cerdits)


Spring 2019


Oliver Houck

Academic Area(s)

Environmental & Energy Law