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11.373 Science, Politics, and Environmental Policy (MIT) 11.373 Science, Politics, and Environmental Policy (MIT)

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This class examines the role of science in the US environmental policy-making process. It investigates the methods scientists use to learn about the natural world, the way scientific knowledge accumulates, the treatment of science by advocates and the media, and the role of science in legislative, administrative and judicial decision making. It also considers how other political systems use science in an effort to put the US approach in comparative perspective. This class examines the role of science in the US environmental policy-making process. It investigates the methods scientists use to learn about the natural world, the way scientific knowledge accumulates, the treatment of science by advocates and the media, and the role of science in legislative, administrative and judicial decision making. It also considers how other political systems use science in an effort to put the US approach in comparative perspective.

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environmental policy | environmental policy | sound science | sound science | legislative policy | legislative policy | media influence | media influence | public participation | public participation | policy process | policy process | regulatory science | regulatory science | public perception | public perception | judicial decision making | judicial decision making | advocacy science | advocacy science | adaptive management | adaptive management

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11.373 Science, Politics, and Environmental Policy (MIT)

Description

This class examines the role of science in the US environmental policy-making process. It investigates the methods scientists use to learn about the natural world, the way scientific knowledge accumulates, the treatment of science by advocates and the media, and the role of science in legislative, administrative and judicial decision making. It also considers how other political systems use science in an effort to put the US approach in comparative perspective.

Subjects

environmental policy | sound science | legislative policy | media influence | public participation | policy process | regulatory science | public perception | judicial decision making | advocacy science | adaptive management

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11.373 Science, Politics, and Environmental Policy (MIT)

Description

This class examines the role of science in the US environmental policy-making process. It investigates the methods scientists use to learn about the natural world, the way scientific knowledge accumulates, the treatment of science by advocates and the media, and the role of science in legislative, administrative and judicial decision making. It also considers how other political systems use science in an effort to put the US approach in comparative perspective.

Subjects

environmental policy | sound science | legislative policy | media influence | public participation | policy process | regulatory science | public perception | judicial decision making | advocacy science | adaptive management

License

Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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