ENVR E-170: Environmental and Health Impact Assessment of International Programs

The course provides an overview of environmental impact assessment to design, evaluate, and replicate sustainable projects and programs. The course develops the tools to assess natural resources protection, improvements in population health, positive social impacts and poverty reduction, and economic appraisal that includes sustainability measures at least cost. Students practice assessment methods at project and strategic levels. Integrated assessment using all methods focuses on the agriculture, water, energy, forestry, and urban planning sectors, applying both project and program analysis.
Note: Online with the option to attend class on campus.


Joseph Michael Hunt







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