Environmental economics & management : theory, policy, and applications /Material type: TextPublication details: Ohio : Cengage Learning, 2013. Edition: 6a edDescription: xxxv, 588 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781111826673; 1111826676Other title: Environmental economics and managementSubject(s): Economía medioambiental | Gestión ambiental | Contaminación ambientalDDC classification: 333.7 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 530-552) and index.
Module 1. Modeling environmental problems. The Role of Economics in Environmental Management. Modeling the Market Process: A Review of the Basics. Modeling Market Failure.
Module 2. Modeling solutions to environmental problems. Conventional Solutions to Environmental Problems: The Command-and-Control Approach. Economic Solutions to Environmental Problems: The Market Approach.
Module 3. Analytical tools for environmental planning. Environmental Risk Analysis. Assessing Benefits for Environmental Decision Making. Assessing Costs for Environmental Decision Making. Benefit-Cost Analysis in Environmental Decision Making.
Module 4. The case of air. Defining Air Quality: The Standard-Setting Process. lmproving Air Quality: Controlling Mobile Sources. lmproving Air Quality: Controlling Stationary Sources. lobal Air Quality: Policies for Ozone Depletion and Climate Change.
Module 5. The case of wáter. Defining Water Quality: The Standard-Setting Process. lmproving Water Quality: Controlling Point and Nonpoint Sources. Protecting Safe Drinking Water.
Module 6. The case of solid wastes and toxic substances. Managing Hazardous Salid Waste and Waste Sites. Managing Municipal Salid Waste. Controlling Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals.
Module 7. Global environmental management. Sustainable Development: lnternational Environmental Agreements and lnternational Trade. Sustainable Approaches: Industrial Ecology and Pollution Prevention.
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