|Part I: Introduction|
|L1||Introduction and Overview|
|L2||Game 1: Puerto Mauricio|
|R1||Gentle Introduction to Blogging|
|L3||Puerto Mauricio: Post-game Redux|
|Part II: The Environmental Policy Debate|
|L4||Growth vs. Scarcity||Abernethy, Virginia Deane. "Carrying capacity: the tradition and policy implications of limits." Ethics in Science and Environmental Policy (January 2001): 9-18. |
Bailey, Ronald. "Post-Scarcity Prophet: Economist Paul Romer on growth, technological change, and an unlimited human future." Reason (December 2001).
|L5||Utilitarianism vs. Deep Ecology|| Mill, John Stuart. Utilitarianism. London, UK: Electric Book Co., 2005. ISBN: 9781421928760. |
Chertow, Marian R., and Daniel C. Esty. Thinking Ecologically: the Next Generation of Environmental Policy. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1997. ISBN: 0300073038.
Leonard, Herman B., and Richard J. Zeckhauser. "Cost-Benefit Analysis Defended." In Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works. Edited by David Schmidtz and Elizabeth Willott. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2002. ISBN: 0195139097.
Schumacher College - What is Deep Ecology?
Michael E. Zimmerman - Introduction to Deep Ecology
Devall, Bill. "The Deep, Long-Range Ecology Movement: 1960-2000 - A Review." Ethics and the Environment.
Zimmerman, Michael E. "Deep Ecology, Ecoactivism, and Human Evolution."
Deep Ecology Critique on the Green Fuse
Bioregionalism and Deep Ecology: Bibliography
|L6||Command-Control vs. Markets||Harrington, Winston, and Richard D. Morgenstern. "Economic Incentives versus Command and Control: What's the Best Approach for Solving Environmental Problems?" Resources. |
Giuliano, Genevieve, and Martin Wachs. "Managing Transportation Demand: Markets Versus Mandates." Reason Foundation Policy Study.
Pearce, David. "An Intellectual History of Environmental Economics." Annual Review of Energy and the Environment: 72-75.
Portney, Paul R. "Market-Based Approaches to Environmental Policy." Resources (Summer 2003): 15-18. (PDF)
Harrington, Winston, and Richard D. Morgenstern. "Economic Incentives Versus Command and Control: What's Best for Solving Environmental Problems?" Resources (Fall/Winter 2004): 223-40.
Fullerton, Don, and Robert Stavins. "How Economists See the Environment." Nature 395 (October 1998): 433-434.
Ackerman, Frank, and Kevin Gallagher. "Getting the Prices Wrong: The Limits of Market-based Environmental Policy." Global Development and Environment Institute Working Paper 00-05. Medford, MA: Tufts University Global Development and Environment Institute, 2000. (PDF)
David R. Karp, and Clark L. Gaulding. "Motivational Underpinnings of Command-and-Control, Market-Based, and Voluntarist Environmental Politics." Human relations 48, no. 5 (1995): 439-465.
Meadows, Donella, H. Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers, and William W. Behrens III. Limits to Growth, New York, NY: Signet Press, 1972, pp. 17-20. ISBN: 0451057678.
Moran, D., and D. Pearce. "The Value of Biodiversity." World Conservation Union, Biodiversity Programme. London, UK: Earthscan Publications, 1994.
Tietenberg, Tom H. "Economic Instruments for Environmental Regulation." In Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings. Edited by Robert N. Stavins. 4th ed. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, 2000. ISBN: 0393927016.
"India opens account for trading in carbon credits." The Telegraph, September 21, 2005. Calcutta, India: ABP Pvt., Limited.
Dinan, Terry, and Diane Lim Rogers. "Who Gains and Who Pays Under Carbon-Allowance Trading?" Washington, DC: Congressional Budget Office, June 2000.
Dunkiel, Brian, Hamond, M. Jeff, and Jim Motavall. "Sharing the Wealth." E Magazine X, no. 2 (March/April, 1999). Marion, OH: Earth Action Network, Inc.
|L7||Expert Knowledge vs. Indigenous Knowledge||Wenzel, George, W. "Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Inuit: Reflections on TEK Research and Ethics." Arctic 52, no. 2 (June 1999): 113-124. |
"Module 5: Indigenous Knowledge for the Environment." Based on draft module by Annette Gough, Griffin University as part of The Learning for a Sustainable Environment - Innovation in Teacher Education Project and Trials in Indonesia, Fiji, Brunei and Australia. Created on May 28, 2001, provided by the Centre for International Research and Advisory Networks/Nuffic.
Briggs, John. "The Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Development: Problems and Challenges." Progress in Development Studies 5, no. 2 (2005): 99-114.
Landry, Marc, et al. Civic Environmentalism in Action. Washington, DC: Progressive Policy Institute, Center for Innovation and the Environment, 1999. (PDF)
Singleton, Sarah. "Collaborative Environmental Planning in the American West: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly." Environmental Politics (2002).
McClosky, Michael. "Local Communities and the management of public forests." Ecology Law Quarterly (1999).
Layzer, Judith. "The New England Fisheries: Crisis and Renewal." Chapter 10 in The Environmental Case: Translating Values Into Policy. 2nd ed. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2006. ISBN: 1568028989.
The Context for the Guidelines: This Web site provides more arguments for the importance of indigenous knowledge. It also includes extensive guidelines for the appropriate inclusion of traditional knowledge in environmental assessment and development planning projects.
|Game 2: Madrona|
|L10||Game 3: Joint Fact -finding|
|Part III: Environmental Planning Techniques and Strategies|
|L11||Environmental Planning and Management||Randolph. "Managing Human-Environment Interactions," and "Environmental Planning." Chapters 1 and 2.|
|L12||Land Use Planning and Collaborative Methods||Randolph. "Land Use Planning for Environmental Management," and "Collaborative Environmental Management and Public Participation." Chapters 3 and 4.|
|L13||Land Conservation and Sustainable Design||Randolph. "Land Conservation for Working Landscapes, Open Space and Ecological Protection," and "Design with Nature for People: Sustainable, Livable, and Smart Land Use Development." Chapters 5 and 6.|
|L14||Growth Management||Randolph. "Local Government Smart Growth Management," and "Regional, State and Federal Management of Environmentally Sensitive Lands." Chapters 7 and 8.|
|L15||Hazard Mitigation and Ecosystem Management||Randolph. "Natural Hazard Mitigation," and "Ecosystem and Watershed Management." Chapters 9 and 10.|
|L16||Geospatial Data||Randolph. "Environmental Geospatial Data and Geographic Information Systems," and "Soils, Topography and Land Use." Chapters 11 and 12.|
|L17||Stormwater Management and Runoff Pollution||Randolph. "Land Use, Stream Flows and Runoff Pollution," and "Stormwater Management and Stream Restoration." Chapters 13 and 14.|
|L18||Landscape Ecology||Randolph. "Land Use and Groundwater," and "Landscape Ecology, Urban Forestry and Wetlands." Chapters 15 and 16.|
|L19||Biodiversity and Integrated Assessment||Randolph. "Land Use, Wildlife Habitats, and Biodiversity," and "Integration Methods for Environmental Land Analysis." Chapters 17 and 18.|
|L20||Game 4: Pablo-Burford|
|Part IV: Synthesis and Preparation for Practice|
|L21-L22||EPG Faculty Presentation|
|R3||Your Final Memo||Booth, Wayne, et al. The Craft of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2003. ISBN: 0226065685.|
|L23-L24||EPG Faculty Presentation (cont.)|
|L25-L26||Final Memo Presentations and Discussion|