Environmental Policy

Environmental policy includes the study of economics, law, politics, and implementation of environmental policies in the U.S. and abroad leading toward an understanding and exploration of the intersection governmental policy and public implementation and all the ramifications of these areas on the natural world. Areas of interest often include climate change, clean energy, and manufacturing and chemical regulations and can also incorporate policies related to poverty and justice. We welcome our doctoral students to participate in our Environmental Policy Seminar Speaker Series—a supportive, intellectual setting for sharing your perspectives, research ideas, and preliminary findings.

  • Environmental Economics (V625)
  • Environmental Law (V645) or International Environmental Law (B783)
  • Domestic Environmental Policy (V710) or International Environmental Policy (V710)