Focuses on the politics of making local, state, national and international decisions on energy and the environment.
Instructor: Judith Layzer
TR (11:00-12:30) 9-450A
Instructor: James Wescoat
Interdisciplinary focus on water in environmental history, planning, policy, and design. Draws together faculty and students who are working on water-related research projects to develop and maintain a broad and current perspective on the field. Limited to 15.
T (9:00-12:00) 5-231
Instructor: Lawrence Susskind
Introduces a new Water Diplomacy Framework that provies a better way to understand and resolve water resource management disputes around the world. Integrates complexity theory and multi-party negotiation theory into strategies for managing transboundary or shared water resources.
TR (2:30-4:00) 1-390
Instructor: Frank Ackerman
Examines the joint economic and environmental problems of electricity production, focusing on the U.S. electrical system and national and state policy.
TR (11:00-12:30) 9-451
Field-based Practicum in which 12 DUSP students selected by application will prepare for a two week stay in Malaysia during which they will work, under the close supervision of DUSP faculty and faculty at the Universiti of Teknologi of Malaysia(UTM) to assess the sustainable dev