Environment And Resources Conservation Law

Environment and Resources Conservation Law is a new fringe discipline. It is not only a branch of law, but also a branch of environmental science with obvious characteristics of cross-penetration between natural sciences and social sciences. From a legal point of view, Jurisprudence of...

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Environment and Resources Conservation Law is a new fringe discipline. It is not only a branch of law, but also a branch of environmental science with obvious characteristics of cross-penetration between natural sciences and social sciences. From a legal point of view, Jurisprudence of Environment and Resources Protection is a systematic overview of the basic theory and basic knowledge of Environmental and Resource Conservation Law. It covers the major contents of all major disciplines or branches of the discipline of Environment and Resources Conservation Law.
Training objectives:
1), the basic knowledge, theory and method of learning environment and resource protection law. Grasp the development of academic disciplines and the latest developments in academic research: master the basic methods of legal and environmental research on environmental and resource conservation; have a strong social impact on the development and evolution of laws and regulations on environmental and resource conservation in both China and foreign countries; Check and field inspection capabilities.
2), have a reasonable knowledge structure. Law of Environment and Resources Protection belongs to the discipline of the edge. It should not only have a solid foundation of legal theory, but also possess certain ecological, economic, sociological and ethical scientific literatures. Attention should be paid to broaden the scope of knowledge and focus on the interdisciplinary links. Both natural science and social science thinking, research ability.
3), a strong ability to use professional foreign language.
4), with good moral character and attitude towards learning.
5), good healthEnvironment and Resources Conservation Law

 


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