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Summer 2021 Term 1

OCEAN & COASTAL LAW ENV5423

Long neglected by lawmakers despite its essential ecological functions, the marine environment has increasingly been the focal point of conservation and natural resource management efforts. As a foundation for studying the laws that govern the marine environment, the course considers the natural components of estuarine, coastal, and marine ecosystems and the current conservation issues confronting them.

ADVANCED ENV LEGAL RESEARCH WRI7380

This one-credit course provides in-depth exposure to the most useful, efficient strategies and resources for environmental law research, including specialized science and statistical information resources, international environmental law research, advanced administrative law research, legislative history, environmental updating services, etc. 

NO REQUIRED MATERIALS.

ECOLOGY ENV5430

Ecology is an integrative science that can provide insight into many contemporary environmental problems. Through visits to a variety of field sites in central Vermont, readings, and lectures, this course will explore the principles of ecology using a hands-on, interdisciplinary approach. 

THREE ESSENTIALS OF THE ELECTRIC GRID - BUSINESS ENV5510

No required text for this course.

This course sets out, in three linked modules, the fundamental knowledge that professionals should have for working in the closely intertwined fields of energy and the environment. Students may take one, two, or three modules for one credit each.

THREE ESSENTIALS OF THE ELECTRIC GRID - ENGINEERING ENV5510

This course sets out, in three linked modules, the fundamental knowledge that professionals should have for working in the closely intertwined fields of energy and the environment. Students may take one, two, or three modules for one credit each.

THREE ESSENTIALS OF THE ELECTRIC GRID - LEGAL ENV5510

This course sets out, in three linked modules, the fundamental knowledge that professionals should have for working in the closely intertwined fields of energy and the environment. Students may take one, two, or three modules for one credit each.