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About Richard S. Mbatu

Dr. Mbatu’s research interests are in two interconnected areas: (1) forest resource management and policy aspects of sustainable development and climate change, and (2) the structure and function of plans, programs, bilateral and multilateral agreements and conventions dealing with forest resource management and climate change. These two research areas are connected by the “local to global” nexus which allows him to draw from the local and state levels in the U.S. as he focuses on the international perspective.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, University of South Florida St. Petersburg History & Politics
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Disciplines



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Courses

  • PUP 4203 – Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVR 6937 – Graduate Seminar in Environmental Policy
  • EVR 4873 – Environmental Policy and Sustainability
  • EVR 2861 – Introduction to Environmental Policy
  • EVR 4930 – International Environmental Policy
  • EVR 4910 – Environmental Science and Policy Project
  • GEO 4372 – Global Conservation

Education

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Ph.D., Oklahoma State University ‐ Environmental science
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M.S., Oklahoma State University ‐ Geography
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B.S. Honors, University of Witwatersrand ‐ Geography and Environmental Management
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B.S., University of Dschang, Cameroon ‐ Geography and Environmental Management
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Contact Information

Office: DAV 205
Phone: 727-873-4967
Email: mbatu@mail.usf.edu

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Peer Reviewed Articles (10)

Books & Book Chapters (2)