UW-Madison UW-Madison

Building Excellence in Environmental and Resource Economics
Funding from the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates will enable AAE to lead the campus in teaching and research on such pressing issues as natural resource exhaustion, sustainable development, climate change, species extinction, ecological vulnerability, biodiversity, and greenhouse gas emissions. Funds for two full-time faculty lines and two teaching assistants will expand access to the popular environmental economics classes. The department will also collaborate with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the International Studies major and CALS International Programs to develop internships in Wisconsin and abroad for students wanting to work on environment/resource issues.
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Last updated on Wed, Jun 9, 2010 8:01am