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ENVS 220: Environmental Analysis

  • Agricultural Policy and Cannabis Production in Swaziland
  • Alternative Education Through Eco-Schools in Scotland
  • Barriers to Adoption of Renewable Energies in the Portland Metropolitan Area
  • Brisbane Transportation and Urban Planning
  • Consequences of Poaching in East African National Parks
  • Ecuadorian Oil: A People's Perspective
  • Every Drop Counts: Agricultural Water Distribution in Maharashtra India
  • Evolution and Effects of Land Use on Ross Island
  • Explorations of Actors Involved in the Local Food Industry in Portland Oregon
  • Factors Influencing Attitudes Toward Water Usage in Portland, OR
  • Hydroelectric Impacts in Amazonian Ecuador
  • Imposition by Invasion in East Africa
  • Indian Nationalism and the Narmada Valley Development Project
  • Indigenous Knowledge and Natural Resource Policy in Australia
  • It all goes downstream: Agronutrients in the Ecuadorian Guayas Basin
  • L&C Graduate Student Attitudes on Environmental Education
  • Land Conflict In Kakadu National Park
  • Public Health in East African Slums
  • Public Perception of LEED Certified Buildings in Portland
  • Sharing Water, Sharing Wisdom: Integrated Water Resource Management in Ecuador's El Angel Watershed
  • Shifting Ideologies: India's Sacred Groves
  • The Banana as a Driver of Land Use Change in the Ecuadorian Lowlands
  • The Effects of Infrastructure Failures on Public Health in the Slums of Mumbai
  • The Idiosyncrasies of Portland Bike Culture
  • The Influence of the Portland Plastic Bag Ban
  • Tryon to Understand: The Aesthetics of Invasives
  • Turtle Conservation and Management in East African Reserves
  • Urban Agriculture Policy in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Vertical Development and Compaction of Green Buildings in Australian Cities
  • Wastewater Interactions in the Willamette River
  • Water Security in Indian Slums
  • Wildlife Response to Urbanization in Portland
  • ENVS 400: Senior Seminar (Thesis)

  • "But God was not in the earthquake:" Theodicy in biblical and contemporary religious responses to natural disasters
  • “Ganga can always survive and purify herself simply because she is a Goddess”: Representation of Spiritual practices in the Ganges River Pollution Problem
  • A Change in the Weather: Fact, Fiction, and Metaphor in the Discourse of Climate and Weather Extremes
  • A means to equality? A look at the ecofeminist art of Jackie Brookner and Ana Mendieta
  • Authenticity in wetland management in the Florida Everglades
  • Can Countries Learn From Each Other's Environmental Educational Models?
  • Citizen Science and Spatial Patterns in Beached Seabirds
  • Conservation-Reliant Species and the Northern Spotted Owl
  • Cross-National Comparison of Ecological Exploitation in the Fishing Industry
  • Cyclonic Deforestation in the Gulf
  • Food Mirages, Purity, and the "Other" Bodies: Exclusion in "Accessible" Alternative Food Networks in Portland, Oregon
  • Geohazard Risk Perception and Land-use Decisions in Southern Chile and the Pacific Northwest, USA
  • Getting to the Meat of Moral Discourse and Practice
  • Greentailing along the Retailer Spectrum in Portland, Oregon
  • Gun Thy Neighbor: Individualism and Disaster Preparedness
  • Heirloom Seed, Heritage Breed, and Organic Feed: The Quest for Simplicity in Portland, Oregon
  • Islands and Islanders: Environmental History of the Caribbean
  • Like We Were Never There: How Leave No Trace Works as an Individual and Institutional Environmental Change
  • Mapping a Mountain: Mt. Fuji Land Cover Transitions Over the 20th Century
  • Mapuche Community-based Tourism that Empowers in Curarrehue, Chile
  • Natural Resource Extraction in Hokkaido
  • New Media Opportunities in Environmental Education
  • Of Kuia's Garden: Hydroelectricity, Iwi, and the War for Whanganui River Power
  • Perceptions of Geohazard Risk in South Central Chile
  • Plastic Bottled Water Consumption in Australia vs. United States
  • Portland’s Prestige Ecosystems and the Competition for World-City Status
  • Recapturing the Heart of the City: Evaluating Integrated Water Management in Urban Areas
  • Rising from the Ruin
  • Should We Lead Them Two by Two? The search for authority in assisted migration
  • Soft Power, Hard Danger: China Damming the Mekong River, Southeast Asia
  • Soundscapes in Tryon Creek
  • Specialty Coffee Networks Between Guatemala and the US
  • The Difficulty of Accurate Planning: A Study of Portland’s Light Rail Transit System
  • The Making and Re-Making of Traditional Medicine in Ecuador
  • The Political Economy of Land Degradation: Implications for sub-Saharan African Food Security
  • The Short Leg of the Three-Legged Stool: Power, Social Equity, and Sustainable Development in Haiti
  • The Virtual Incarnation of Crafts: Subverting Creative Destruction and the New Capitalism
  • There Be Dragons, Here Be Starbucks: Cybercartography and the Efficacy of Volunteered Geography
  • Understanding Meanings of Bicycles
  • Understanding the "Ecologically Noble Savage:" How Popular Representations of Indigeneity Impact Social and Environmental Progress
  • Urban Renewal For Whom? The Distribution of Environmental Amenities in 3 Portland Neighborhoods
  • USDA Inspected, E. coli Approved: Mass Media’s Role in Shifting Responsibility and Perpetuating E. coli in our Food System
  • Voluntourism in Cusco, Peru
  • Why Come Back? Sense of Place and Senegalese Student Migration
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  • "But God was not in the earthquake:" Theodicy in biblical and contemporary religious responses to natural disasters
  • “Ganga can always survive and purify herself simply because she is a Goddess”: Representation of Spiritual practices in the Ganges River Pollution Problem
  • A Change in the Weather: Fact, Fiction, and Metaphor in the Discourse of Climate and Weather Extremes
  • A means to equality? A look at the ecofeminist art of Jackie Brookner and Ana Mendieta
  • Action from Education: Balancing Perspectives in Environmental Education
  • Agricultural Policy and Cannabis Production in Swaziland
  • Air Pollution in Cuenca, Ecuador 2011
  • Alternative Education Through Eco-Schools in Scotland
  • Are you really gonna drink that? An investigation of factors that influence risk prevention in drinking water
  • Authenticity in wetland management in the Florida Everglades
  • Barriers to Adopting New Energy Systems: Fuelwood in Swaziland
  • Barriers to Adoption of Renewable Energies in the Portland Metropolitan Area
  • Biketivism: Social, Ecological, and Spatial Politics of the Bicycle
  • BLM Forest Management in Douglas County
  • Brisbane Transportation and Urban Planning
  • Can Countries Learn From Each Other's Environmental Educational Models?
  • Citizen Science and Spatial Patterns in Beached Seabirds
  • Common Ground: Critiquing Sustainable "Multiculturalism" in Seattle Urban Gardening
  • Communication and Collaboration Among Guatemalan Ecologically-Focused Social Entrepreneurs
  • Consequences of Poaching in East African National Parks
  • Conservation-Reliant Species and the Northern Spotted Owl
  • Contested Models of Urban Development in Curauma, Chile
  • Controversies in Wool Production and Marketing in Australia
  • Cosmopolitan Ecologies and Rural-Urban Conflict in Oregon
  • Cross-National Comparison of Ecological Exploitation in the Fishing Industry
  • Culture of Wolves in Northeast Oregon
  • Cyclonic Deforestation in the Gulf
  • Deconstructing Hydroelectric Power: Debates over Dam Removal in the Pacific Northwest
  • Drinking Water Infrastructure: Impacts of Colonialism on Dakar
  • Ecuadorian Oil: A People's Perspective
  • Effectiveness of Transnational Aid in Kibera
  • Environmental History of the Portland Chinese Garden
  • ENVS Faculty Workshop 2012
  • Every Drop Counts: Agricultural Water Distribution in Maharashtra India
  • Evolution and Effects of Land Use on Ross Island
  • Examining the Agents of Change in Restaurant Waste Management
  • Explorations of Actors Involved in the Local Food Industry in Portland Oregon
  • Ezulwini Valley Environmental Health Assessment
  • Factors Influencing Attitudes Toward Water Usage in Portland, OR
  • Food Mirages, Purity, and the "Other" Bodies: Exclusion in "Accessible" Alternative Food Networks in Portland, Oregon
  • Food Today and Food Tomorrow: A Closer Look at Nutritional Education in the Oregon Food Bank
  • From Crest to Coast: Preparation Strategies for Geohazards in South Central Chile
  • Geohazard Risk Perception and Land-use Decisions in Southern Chile and the Pacific Northwest, USA
  • Get on Your Bikes and Ride: Understanding Cuenca's Bicycle Community
  • Getting to the Meat of Moral Discourse and Practice
  • Gray Wolf Reintroduction 2011
  • Greentailing along the Retailer Spectrum in Portland, Oregon
  • Guatemala Coffee 2011
  • Gun Thy Neighbor: Individualism and Disaster Preparedness
  • Heirloom Seed, Heritage Breed, and Organic Feed: The Quest for Simplicity in Portland, Oregon
  • Hurricanes of the Gulf: Beauty and Destruction
  • Hydroelectric Impacts in Amazonian Ecuador
  • Impacts of Climate Change in Developing Countries
  • Impacts on Fish Populations in Willipa Bay
  • Impacts on Fish Populations in Willipa Bay
  • Imposition by Invasion in East Africa
  • Indian Nationalism and the Narmada Valley Development Project
  • Indigenous Eco-cultural Tourism in Curarrehue Chile
  • Indigenous Knowledge and Natural Resource Policy in Australia
  • Intellectual diversity at Lewis and Clark: broadening our perspectives in Environmental Studies
  • Invasive Eelgrass in Willapa Bay: Conflicts and Interests
  • Islands and Islanders: Environmental History of the Caribbean
  • It all goes downstream: Agronutrients in the Ecuadorian Guayas Basin
  • Johnson Creek Watershed Management: Top-down to Bottom-up Approaches
  • L&C Graduate Student Attitudes on Environmental Education
  • Land Conflict In Kakadu National Park
  • Like We Were Never There: How Leave No Trace Works as an Individual and Institutional Environmental Change
  • Malkerns Valley Water Quality: Impacts of Commercial Farm Runoff
  • Mapping a Mountain: Mt. Fuji Land Cover Transitions Over the 20th Century
  • Mapping Carbon Tax Scenarios in Portland
  • Mapuche Community-based Tourism that Empowers in Curarrehue, Chile
  • Metolius Basin Resort Development
  • Natural Resource Extraction in Hokkaido
  • New Media Opportunities in Environmental Education
  • New Zealand Tropical Cyclone Deforestation 2011
  • Not Another Brick In The Wall: Social Learning Theory, Assessment, and Leaving Those Kids Alone
  • Of Kuia's Garden: Hydroelectricity, Iwi, and the War for Whanganui River Power
  • Oregon's Local Food System
  • Perceptions of Geohazard Risk in South Central Chile
  • Perspectives on Agricultural Commercialization in Swaziland
  • Pinniped Predation in the Columbia River
  • Plastic Bottled Water Consumption in Australia vs. United States
  • Politics of Sight and Food Choice Discourse in the United States
  • Portland as a Local Food Economy—Continuation 2012
  • Portland City Limits: Effects of Urban Growth Boundary Expansion on Density and Runoff
  • Portland Park Planning: Partnerships and the Question of Funding
  • Portland Public Transportation
  • Portland’s Prestige Ecosystems and the Competition for World-City Status
  • Public Health in East African Slums
  • Public Perception of LEED Certified Buildings in Portland
  • Queering the Environment
  • Recapturing the Heart of the City: Evaluating Integrated Water Management in Urban Areas
  • Restoration in the Slough: Whitaker Ponds Land Use Changes Over a Century
  • Rising from the Ruin
  • Rough Riders: A Study of the Ecologic and Social Impacts of Mountain Biking in River View Natural Area
  • Salmon-Safe Certification on Lewis & Clark Campus
  • Science, Magic and Terroir: The "Natural" Wine Movement in France and Allied Regions
  • See the Change, Bee the Change: Perceptions of Swarms and Urban Apiculture in Portland
  • Sharing Water, Sharing Wisdom: Integrated Water Resource Management in Ecuador's El Angel Watershed
  • Shifting Ideologies: India's Sacred Groves
  • Should We Lead Them Two by Two? The search for authority in assisted migration
  • Soft Power, Hard Danger: China Damming the Mekong River, Southeast Asia
  • Soundscapes in Tryon Creek
  • Sourcing of Pacific Northwest Bivalves in the Restaurants of Portland, Oregon: Are Locavores Responsible?
  • Specialty Coffee Networks Between Guatemala and the US
  • Subsistence and Bushmeat Poaching in Rural Swaziland
  • Superfund Stigma: Problems and Prospects of Restoring the Portland Harbor
  • Swazi High School Students' Attitudes Towards Conservation
  • The Banana as a Driver of Land Use Change in the Ecuadorian Lowlands
  • The Barriers to Adopting New Energy Systems
  • The Bucket: Contextualizing Water in the Klamath Basin
  • The Difficulty of Accurate Planning: A Study of Portland’s Light Rail Transit System
  • The Effects of Climate Change on Willapa Bay: El Niño
  • The Effects of Infrastructure Failures on Public Health in the Slums of Mumbai
  • The Idiosyncrasies of Portland Bike Culture
  • The Influence of the Portland Plastic Bag Ban
  • The Making and Re-Making of Traditional Medicine in Ecuador
  • The Mapuche: Indigenous Ecotuorism in Curarrehue Chile
  • The Political Economy of Land Degradation: Implications for sub-Saharan African Food Security
  • The Short Leg of the Three-Legged Stool: Power, Social Equity, and Sustainable Development in Haiti
  • The Virtual Incarnation of Crafts: Subverting Creative Destruction and the New Capitalism
  • There Be Dragons, Here Be Starbucks: Cybercartography and the Efficacy of Volunteered Geography
  • Traditional Medicine and Medical Integration in Ecuador
  • Tryon to Understand: The Aesthetics of Invasives
  • Turtle Conservation and Management in East African Reserves
  • Understanding Meanings of Bicycles
  • Understanding the "Ecologically Noble Savage:" How Popular Representations of Indigeneity Impact Social and Environmental Progress
  • Unraveling Marine Ecosystem Conservation in East africa
  • Urban Agriculture Policy in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Urban Migration and Sense of Place in Lobamba, Swaziland
  • Urban Planning: Theory and Practice in Portland
  • Urban Renewal For Whom? The Distribution of Environmental Amenities in 3 Portland Neighborhoods
  • USDA Inspected, E. coli Approved: Mass Media’s Role in Shifting Responsibility and Perpetuating E. coli in our Food System
  • Value and Labor, Signs and Place
  • Vertical Development and Compaction of Green Buildings in Australian Cities
  • Volcanic Substrates and Land Use, Mt. Fuji
  • Voluntourism in Cusco, Peru
  • Voluntourism in Latin America
  • Wastewater Interactions in the Willamette River
  • Water Security in Indian Slums
  • Water Treatment and Usage in the Ezulwini Valley
  • Water Wars in the 21st Century: Cultural Dynamics and the Legal Landscape
  • Where (are) Wolves: Culture, Law, and Extinction in the Wilderness
  • Where the Grass is Greener: Environmental Justice of Portland's Urban Parks
  • Why Come Back? Sense of Place and Senegalese Student Migration
  • Wildlife Response to Urbanization in Portland
  • Willapa Acidification 2011
  • Willapa Bay Foodways: Obstacles to Local Oyster Consumption