ENV210 US Domestic Environmental Policy Blog

 

As a part of the Spring 2017 US Domestic Environmental Policy course, students are to select an environmental issue or policy of interest. The blog posts may center on an economic, policy or political analysis. Please read and comment on their work.

 

Aedan Hannon: The Federal Land Policy Management Act: The Plight of Western Public Lands

 

Michael Widmann: Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: A Gift to the Private Sector

 

Taylor Charbonnet: America’s Overdependence on Fossil Fuels

 

Cynthia Quattrochi: The Eradication of Coral Reefs: Climate Change and Other Harmful Human Practices May Destroy the World’s Most Diverse Ecosystems Forever

 

Lukas Gschwandtner: The Flint Water Crisis: Evidence of a flawed Safe Water Drinking Act

 

Adrian Cato: The Plight of the Bumble Bee: Addressing Bumble Bee Declines in the United States

 

Andrew Gumbel: Offshore Wind Farming Free Clean Energy or Nuisance?

 

Kameron Schroeder: Dolphin-Safe Tuna: The Illusion of a Feel-Good Conservation Story

 

Henry Camp: Is Free Trade Good for the Environment

 

Kim-Lin Ramsawak: Coral Reef Conservation

 

Phillip Carter: Attack on Public Lands

 

Brianna King: Limit Agriculture’s Contribution to Climate Change

 

Luke Bauer: Should Trump Bail Out of the Paris Climate Accord?

 

Jack Gavigan: President Trump and the Antiquities Act-What the Future Holds

 

Jonathan Ma: America’s Water Pollution Problem

 

Sean Cerrone: Oil and Wilderness: Conflict in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

 

ZaKerra Lance: U.S. (Mis)management: Environmental Justice Implications of Dumping on Poor Americans

 

Kuranda Kasatka: Flint is Just the Beginning: The Navajo Nations Water Crisis

 

Jack McDermott: Can the Utility Market Survive the Solar Power Boom?

 

 

 

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