Regional governance includes the government and civic organization of all aspects of life in an (urban) region. This course introduces concepts of the region, regionalism, regional government, and regional economic development. While the course has an international perspective, there will be a strong focus on historical and current regional governance in the Toronto urban region. Particular attention will be paid to issues related to environmental governance, bioregional issues and watershed planning and management. This course builds on EU/ENVS 2200 6.00 which is recommended.
Prior to FALL 2020: EU/ENVS 3225 3.00 builds on ES/ENVS 2200 6.00
Prerequisite: Third-year or fourth- year standing or by permission of the instructor..
Programs: Cities, Regions, Planning