Environmental economics is the study of the economic effects of national or local environmental policies. Particular issues include the costs and benefits of alternative environmental policies to deal with air pollution, water quality, toxic substances, solid waste and global warming.
AERE is an international scientific association in the field of environmental and resource economics
ANZSEE is an organization that encourages research on the integration of economics, ecology and related disciplines.
EEN promotes collaboration, integration, innovation, learning and research in environmental, ecological and resource economics in the Australian National University. Provides information about seminars, papers, courses, researchers and additional links.
Aims to provide a knowledgebase where academics, researchers, paleoclimatologists, climatologists and economists can load papers, make comments, share facts and solutions.
Essay about how we can use durability as a means of conservation with related links.
This is an educational site describing the field of environmental economics and the Ph.D. level training program in environmental economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Links to additional resources are included.
Ecological economics and industrial ecology are interdisciplinary and tend to be called the "science of sustainability". This site explores their linkages, presenting selected chapters from the book by Jakub Kronenberg.
A searchable index of international economics institutions with environmental programs, including Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers.
In this study, energy efficiency investments produced almost three times the net economic benefit of those made in fossil fuel technology. Available as book.
Economists on environmental and natural resources: news, opinion, and analysis. Includes weblog/forum postings.
Article from Wikipedia on the study of the economic effects of environmental policies.
A University-wide program engaged in research, teaching, and outreach efforts in environmental and natural resource economics.
Assists in quantification of costs and benefits of environmental amenities and disamenities, offering surveys, links, glossaries, and news.
EAERE is an international scientific association in the field of environmental and natural resource economics.
Aims to foster transdisciplinary discourse and research among the social and natural sciences regarding problems of nature and the environment.
FEEM is a nonprofit, research institution devoted to the study of sustainable development and global governance. It provides analysis on a wide range of environmental, energy and global economic issues.
Dissertations and other online publications, forthcoming conferences, online discussion forums, research funding available, and other resources in the field of environmental economics.
Blog with news, research and discussion on economic issues related to the impact of globalisation on the environment.
Based on the book entitled Designing the Green Economy: The Postindustrial Alternative to Corporate Globalization by Brian Milani. Includes book outline, essays, reviews and links.
A high-tech nonprofit that offers a unique blend of economic research skills and on-the-ground experience based on over 15 years of work across the western US and Canada.
Founded by Dennis Weaver, IOE is dedicated to sustainable living through educational programs, affordable housing, and environmental businesses.
Brings together all disciplines so that understanding of environmental issues is enhanced through communication. Publishes the Interdisciplinary Environmental Review.
Lund University's research and education institute with focus on preventative environmental strategies and cleaner production.
The ISEE aims to facilitate understanding between economists and ecologists and the integration of the two disciplines.
Interdisciplinary research and training programs focused on legal, political, social, and economic institutions that affect equitable access to and sustainable use of land and other natural resources. At the University of Wisconsin.
Post-graduate teaching center in Chennai, India. Includes details of current research into pollution control, toxic chemicals, and offshore ecology.
Economic consultants for resource and environmental issues. Pages on past performance, services offered, markets targeted, and employment opportunities. Targets the emerging market (private and government) for environmental economics applications.
Blog by David Jeffery discusses Australian and global environmental and economic issues in a way that’s accessible to people who are not economists nor ecologists.
The Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management (PREM) program aims to deepen and broaden the exposure of economic researchers and policy advisors in developing countries to the theory and methods of natural resource management and environmental economics.
Practice focused on energy and environmental economics. Policy studies and impact analyses of natural resource development plans for public and private clients including utilities, water districts, and governmental agencies.
Consultant firm specializing in complex environmental, land use, conservation, community development, energy and transportation issues, based in Gig Harbor, WA.
A nonprofit and nonpartisan think tank located in Washington, DC that conducts independent research - rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences - on environmental and natural resource issues.
Based on work by Amory and Hunter Lovins, this organization has a nonadversarial, transideological approach to helping businesses, communities, governments and individuals create more wealth in a life-sustaining manner, primarily by gains in efficiency.
SANDEE is a regional network that seeks to bring together people in South Asia interested in the inter-connections between development, poverty and the environment.
Introduction of Environmental Economics Studies in South Caucasus Region.
An international organization working on environmental and economic concerns.
UKNEE aims to bring together environmental economists from academia, consultancy and the public and private sectors to foster closer relationships, follow recent developments and share experiences.
General background and applications of tradable permits to air, fishing and other areas. Compiled by Tom Tietenberg.
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