The International Environment and Resource Policy field of study requires the completion of a minimum of three course credits from the list below.
As a reminder, please note:
- A course may be counted for credit in only one Field of Study.
- In those cases where a course is listed in more than one Field of Study, the student may choose the Field of Study in which it is to be credited.
- Courses, however, may be used to meet both Divisional Breadth requirements and Field of Study requirements simultaneously.
Note: Petition to the Committee on Student Academic Programs (CSAP) is needed, with approval of the supervising faculty of the field, in order to consider substitution of P253: Sustainable Development Diplomacy as a required course for the field.
Faculty Supervising this Field of Study: Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher and Professor Barbara Kates-Garnick
||International Environmental Law
||Legal and Institutional Aspects of International Trade
||Environmental Problem Solving
|Sustainable Development Diplomacy
|Climate Change and Clean Energy Policy
|International Energy Policy
|Innovation for Sustainable Prosperity
||Corporate Management of Environmental Issues
||Development Economics: Macroeconomic Perspectives
||Agriculture and Rural Development in Developing Countries
|Economics and Management of Technology
||Petroleum in the Global Economy
* This course is required for constitution of the field.
++ Any one of these courses may be used as the required course in the field.
+ Any one of these courses may be used as the second required course in the field.
[ ] Bracketed courses are those not offered 2014-2015.
Unless otherwise indicated, students need three course credits to complete a field of study. Modular courses count as one-half credit and if listed in a field, two must be taken to complete one course.
Students have the option of completing additional courses to receive a Certificate in International Development
Professors with expertise in the field
Campi ya Kanzi Case Study: Ecotourism Marketing in Kenya (MALD 2010)
A Tale of Two Electricities: A Comparative Analysis of Smart Grid Development in the U.S. and China (MALD 2010)
Environmental Security: Possibilities for US Military Engagement (MALD 2010)
Geopolitics of Energy in the Caspian Sea Region: Azerbaijan's Challenges (MALD 2009)
Prospect of Energy Link Between Central Asia and China: A Study on the Development of 'Energy Silk Route,' the Turkmenistan - China Pipeline (MALD 2009)
Additionality of the Clean Development Mechanism: Insights from Central American Case Studies (MALD 2009)
Conceptualizing Climate Change Migration: A Literature Review and Analysis of the State of the Field and its Implications (MALD 2009)
Farm Animal Welfare and WTO Law: Assessing the Legality of Policy Measures (MALD 2008)