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The Politics of Sustainable Development

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The Politics of Sustainable Development

The Politics of Sustainable Development Partner(s): Lisa Anderson
School of International and Public Affairs

Access: Private
Released: January 2006


Sustainable development is an emerging field, drawing students and practitioners from diverse backgrounds such as economics, statistics, ecology, climatology, and sociology. Students in Dean Lisa Anderson's Spring 2006 graduate seminar, The Politics of Sustainable Development, used the wiki to outline some of the major concepts, resources, and organizations in this interdisciplinary research and policy arena. The students' work began to define a structure for thinking about how these disciplines work together by integrating their research projects into the wiki, which will become a growing resource as future seminar students add new content.

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Collaborative Sites | Political Science and Social Policy