Most countries are signatories to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and subsequent protocols and accords that govern climate change management in their respective country. This course provides an historical and analytical view for understanding international climate change relations, identifies the main actors and their roles, and presents the core theories and facts about international climate change governance. Using lectures, seminars, videos, guest speakers, case studies, team projects and role-playing exercises, this course provides the opportunity for students to develop knowledge and skills in the international climate change agreement process of negotiation, the actors involved in the agreements, the terminology of agreements, the "guts" of a general agreement, ratification of agreements, responsibilities of signatory nations, and the effectiveness of agreements. Students will even role-play as various countries to negotiate their own climate change agreement. 02-11-2018-30-11-2018 Lecture Friday 08:30AM - 11:20AM, Memorial Hall, Room 417 (more)...