Courses taught

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FRST 415. Sustainable Forest Policy.

This course examines forest policy in Canada, with an emphasis on examples from BC to illustrate concepts related to policy analysis, including the policy process. The dual and sometimes conflicting nature of resource development policy and environmental policy are a key theme.

FOPR 459. Contract, Finances and Economics in Forest Operations.

Practical problem solving and analysis of real world issues as they pertain to working in the forest industry in BC are examined in this class.

FRST 523. Environmental and Forest Policy.

This course provides detailed examination of forest policy in BC especially as it relates to forestry practices, along with an examination of the policy-making process, including the key actors and their roles.

FRST 534. Principles of Forest Economics.

This course teaches economic concepts and their application to international forest issues. The emphasis is problem solving in a real-world context, using case studies and small group discussions.

FRST 537C. Topics in Forest Management.

This course teaches economic concepts and their relevance for practicioners who will be working in the area of forest and resource management. It uses small group discussions along with assignments involving the valuation of forest resources for different decision-making purposes, drawing on examples from the forest sector in BC.

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Faculty of Forestry
2424 Main Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada
Tel: 604-822-2727
Email:
Harry Nelson
4609 - 2424 Main Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada
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