Taught in Durham
Exploration of the complex interactions among science, policy and economics in the use of marine resources. Topics explored include the role individuals play in promoting marine conservation and environmental sustainability. Students will evaluate trade-offs systematically and learn to assess how different policy options affect the incentives of resource users and polluters. Serves as the capstone for the Marine Science and Conservation Leadership Certificate. Prerequisite: none. Requires permission: Email Katie Wood for permission.
2017 Instructor: Daniel Dunn