Economics and the Environment
(Wse) by Eban S.
Goodstein (Paperback - Aug 1, 2007). Wiley;
5 edition (August 1, 2007).
In its fifth edition, Economics and the
Environment provides a rigorous and comprehensive presentation of the "standard
analysis," including the property-rights basis of environmental problems, efficient
pollution control, benefit-estimation procedures, and incentive based procedures. Information
Environmental & Natural
Resource Economics (8th
Edition) (Addison-Wesley Series
in Economics) by
Tom Tietenberg and Lynne Lewis (Hardcover -
Jul 31, 2008). Addison Wesley; 8 edition (July 31, 2008).
Introduces environmental and natural resource
policy problems of today through the integrated discussion of economic theory and
empirical evidence. Information
Environmental Law and
Economics, Volumes I and II
(The International Library of Environmental Law and Policy) by David
Campbell and Robert Lee, David Campbell, and Robert Lee (Hardcover - Dec 18, 2007). Ashgate (December 18,
Towards a Sustainable Future by Richard T. Wright and Bernard J. Nebel (Hardcover - Jan 2002). Prentice Hall; 8 edition
Known for its currency and readability, this
book focuses on enabling readers to critically evaluate the latest environmental issues
and to apply that understanding to situations and events in their everyday lives. Information
Integrating Quality, Environmental, Health, and Safety
Systems by Mary F. McDonald (Ring-bound - Nov 28, 2001). Government
Institutes (November 28, 2001).
Integrating Quality, Environmental, Health,
and Safety Systems shows you how to take advantage of the similarities that exist between
the three systems and how to integrate your quality, environmental, and health and safety
activities into one efficient system. Information
Natural Resource Conservation: Management for a
Sustainable Future (9th Edition) by Daniel D. Chiras, John P.
Reganold, and Oliver S. Owen (Hardcover - Oct 3, 2004). Prentice Hall; 9 edition (October 3, 2004).
Written from a sustainable perspective, this
readable, yet rigorous, book provides comprehensive coverage of a variety of local,
regional, national, and global resource and environmental issues from population growth to
wetlands to agriculture to global air pollution. Information
Recent Developments in
Environmental Economics (In
Library of Critical Writings in Economics setof 2) by Michael
Hoel (Hardcover - Jul 1, 2004). Edward
Elgar Publishing (July 1, 2004).
This two-volume collection includes the most
important and influential contributions to environmental economics during the last ten
years. The articles cover a broad range of topics, and the collection gives an excellent
overview of the present state of knowledge in the field. These timely volumes will be
invaluable to students and researchers alike. Information
The 2007 Report on
Conservation and Development of Natural Resources and Wildlife: World Market Segmentation
by City by Philip M.
Parker (Paperback - Nov 13, 2006). ICON
Group International, Inc. (November 13, 2006).
This report was created for global strategic
planners who cannot be content with traditional methods of segmenting world markets. With
the advent of a borderless world, cities become a more important criteria in
prioritizing markets, as opposed to regions, continents, or countries. This report covers
the top 2000 cities in over 200 countries. It does so by reporting the estimated market
size (in terms of latent demand) for each major city of the world. Information
The 2007-2012 World Outlook
for Conservation and Development of Natural Resources and Wildlife by
Philip M. Parker (Paperback - Jun 26,
2006). ICON Group International, Inc. (June 26, 2006).
This study covers the world outlook for
conservation and development of natural resources and wildlife across more than 200
The Energy Crisis in America by
Athar, H. Syed MD (Paperback - Oct 30,
2006). Booklocker.com, Inc. (October 30, 2006).
Ever ascending energy prices, rolling
blackouts, shortages of gasoline at the pumps; is this the future of America? Here is a
detailed look at how we came to this point and what it will take to turn the tide.
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