Environmental law is the combination of codes and regulations concerning to air, soil, water, forest, endangered wildlife and other environmental factors. It ensures elements related to the environment are thoroughly considered in any decisions.
The [course_title] highlights the domestic and international laws put in place to restrain the negative human impact on the natural world. This course reviews major issues and provides a tour by existing legal administrations governing pollution, water law, species, environmental impact inquiries, poisonous substances, and environmental danger.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
|Law 271, Lecture 1 – Environmental Policy Perspectives||01:12:00|
|LAW 271, Lecture 2 – Environmental Policy Perspectives 2||00:48:00|
|LAW 271, Lecture 3: Environmental Common Law 1||01:16:00|
|Law271, Lecture 4 – Environmental Common Law 2||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 5 – The Administrative Law of the Environment 1||00:52:00|
|LAW 271, Lecture 7 – The Administrative Law of the Environment 3||00:58:00|
|Law271, Lecture 8 – Natural Resources 1||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 9 – Natural Resources 2||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 10 – Natural Resources 3||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 11 – Toxics and Waste 1||01:16:00|
|Law271, Lecture 12 – Toxics and Waste 2||01:14:00|
|Law271, Lecture 13 – Air Pollution Control 1||01:15:00|
|Law271, Lecture 14 – Air Pollution Control 2||01:15:00|
|Law271, Lecture 15 – Air Pollution Control 3||01:14:00|
|Law271, Lecture 16 – Air Pollution Control 4||01:24:00|
|Law271, Lecture 17 – Air Pollution Control 5||01:12:00|
|Law271, Lecture 18 – Air Pollution Control 6||01:18:00|
|Law271, Lecture 19 – Water Pollution Control 1||01:14:00|
|Law271, Lecture 20 – Water Pollution Control 2||01:18:00|
|Law271, Lecture 22 – Water Pollution Control 4||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 23 – Pollution Control: Environmental Enforcement 1||01:15:00|
|Law271, Lecture 24 – Pollution Control: Environmental Enforcement 2||01:14:00|
|Law271, Lecture 25 – Pollution Control: Environmental Enforcement 3||01:16:00|
|Law271, Lecture 26 – Environmental Federalism 1||01:17:00|
|Law271, Lecture 27 – Environmental Federalism 2||01:16:00|
|Law271, Lecture 28 – Environmental Federalism 3||01:03:00|
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