WWS 588: Issues in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy, Spring
WWS 589: Methods in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, Fall
WWS 584: Methods in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, Fall
2004, Spring 2006
WWS 402e: Air Quality in India and China: Thinking Globally, Acting
WWS 402e: Energy, Air Pollution and Climate Change: How China Matters,
WWS 402f: Sustainable Development: Can We Do It?, Spring
WWS 475: Global Environmental Issues, Spring
2005, Fall 2005
WWS 586e: Global Environmental Issues, Spring
WWS 402d: Energy for Sustainable Development, Spring 2006, Student Reports
WWS 591a: Policy Workshop: Climate Change, State Initiatives, and Coastal Hazards: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for New Jersey, Fall 2006, Student Report
WWS 402d: Development of Policy Initiatives for the Sustainable Use of Energy at Princeton University, Spring 2007, Student Reports
WWS 591e: Policy Workshop: Integrating Clean Air and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies in Future Environmental Policy: A Focus on Black Carbon, Fall 2008, Student presentation to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Student Report, Student Presentation
FRS 136 . Living in a Polluted Greenhouse, Spring 2009.
WWS/ENV 334. Global Environmental Issues, Spring 2009, Syllabus
WWS 591e. Policy Workshop: Post-Copenhagen climate Change Initiatives: Fast Action Mitigation Strategies, Fall 2010, Syllabus
Student presentation to the U.S. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency, January 2011.
Final Report: Complements to Carbon: Opportunities for Near-Term Action on Non-CO2 Climate Forcers, March 2011.