College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Policy

Environmental Politics and Policy (GVPT)

This concentration gives students an understanding of the forces shaping political behavior, the nature and workings of political institutions, and the ways in which both domestic and international structures constrain environmental policy responses. Some P&P students are interested in activism, others in policy analysis or law.  Check the "Alumni Careers" list to see all the things that are possible with a degree in Environmental Politics and Policy.
These requirements are for those following the General Education program and are declaring Fall 2016 and beyond - most of you fall into this category!


Dr. Isabella Alcaniz and JiunDa Lin, the ENSP graduate advisor, work as a team - and it is highly recommended that students meet with and get to know both during the semester. 

Who should you make your appointment with?
Make an appointment with Dr. Alcaniz for any issues related to course content:
  • Approval of Restricted Electives
  • Advising for ENSP386 (Internship)
  • GVPT course concerns (including necessary substitutions)
  • Career advising and professional development in the area of environmental policy
Make an appointment with JiunDa for any administrative needs/requests:
  • Removal of mandatory advising block for registration
  • Review and verification of Politics and Policy course requirements
  • Stamps for certain GVPT courses



Dr. Isabella Alcaniz
Government and Politics
3104-A  Tydings
For appointments:  Dr. Alcaniz's Spring 2018 walk-in office hours are on Thursdays from 10:30-12:30.  Please try and see her during those times.  If you cannot, please e-mail Dr. Alcaniz ( with three different days/times that you are available, so she can e-mail back to confirm one of them.  
JiunDa Lin, graduate advisor
Government and Politics
3140-D Tydings 
email: rousseau510[at]
For appointments:
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