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ESM 195 MEG Course Study Guide Questions Be sure that you are able to address the following by the end of the course… 1. Define the following acronyms and describe what they represent; CEQA, EIR, EIS, WDR, RoWD, TMDL, MS4, ESA, NEPA, NPDES and Neg Dec. 2. What is the “CEQA process”? What does it involve? What/who is the lead agency? Who defines “level of significance”? Who enforces/implements the review process and associated (if any) “mitigation measures”? 3. What is the role of City, County, State, or Federal permitting agencies? Why are they important? 4. What/who are the five primary groups of people (beyond the general public) that are typically involved in environmental projects of any kind? How are they characterized and what is their general motivation, viewpoint, or method of operation? 5. What is the “Tragedy of the Commons” as described by Hardin? How is it characterized? What are the key factors involved? Why might it not be true in today’s world?
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  • Spring '12
  • Ogden
  • Science, Self-determination theory

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