Environmental Economics and Policy
This text can be used to understand the behavioural sources of environmental problems and to provide the foundations for solutions. It provides insights from the natural and physical sciences, literature and political science.
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VISIONS OF THE FUTURE
THE ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE
RIGHTS RENTS AND REMEDIES
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