POL384H1: Global Environmental Governance from the Ground Up


This course focuses on non-state actors in global environmental governance, considering the motivations, actions, and strategies of non-governmental organizations, grassroots communities, and corporations. The course uses analytic tools from international relations and comparative politics to understand patterns of environmental protest, resistance, and change over time.


1.0 FCE POL 200-level (POL201Y1 or POL208Y1 recommended)


POL300H1 (Topics in Comparative Politics: Protest, Politics, and Power: Reshaping Global Environmental Governance from the Ground Up), offered in Fall 2015 and Fall 2016

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)