“Digging Theories in Environmental Policy and Management” is the 2012 Spring Workshop on Public Policy Process (WOPPR) series made in collaboration with the SPA's Environmental Affairs Working Group, entitled Digging Theories in Environmental Policy Management, featuring the research of various guest scholars. The spring seminar series seeks to understand the diversity and application of theories across the study of environmental policy and management. The purpose is to develop a better understanding of the breadth of theoretical approaches, appreciate their differences, find value, and seek out similarities for innovative future research, policymaking, and management.
2011 Workshop on Public Policy Process (WOPPR) Publications by SPA faculty and students related to environmental affairs including topics related to GHG mitigation strategies, natural resource management, and water conservation.
Environmental Affairs Working Group
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