This course will address the nature, content, and structure of international environmental law. The course will first familiarize students with international environmental problems and basic principles of international law and environmental regulation. The course will then take up various specific topics, such as climate change, global warming, loss of biodiversity, stratospheric ozone depletion, trade and environment, and United Nations efforts to stimulate and monitor sustainable development and environmental and social protection. Throughout, the course will apply interdisciplinary tools to help understand the international environmental regulatory system. The course will explore the roles of different actors in that system, as well as the difficulties of negotiating and implementing agreements that form the rules of the system.
Tinker, Catherine PhD, "International Environmental Policy" (2021). Diplomacy Syllabi. 621.