Values for the Environment: A Guide to Economic Appraisal
Time and resources are often limiting factors to the project analyst, so practicality forms an integral part of this guide to the economic evaluation of the impact of projects on the environment. It makes use of case material, using cost-benefit analysis as the decision framework.
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Environmental Problems of Major Habitats
The Techniques of Economic Valuation
Economic Valuation in Practice
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