Nature is hiring an environmental economics editor

Environmental Economics

Central to this role will be determining how economics-based research is represented in our pages, particularly as it applies in the spheres of environmental, climate, ecological and energy sciences.

2019 158

eBird Economics: How Much Would You Pay to See Birds?

10,000 Birds

The economic “impact” of a birding festival can be estimated by looking at expenditures of attendees ( e.g., hotel rooms, meals, souvenirs, transportation costs, etc.). Ecological Economics 137 (2017): 1-12. ( Link ; temporary free link.). Birding eBird economics

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Acclimatisation Societies of New Zealand

10,000 Birds

What is surprising is quite how many species did end up here, and how economically unimportant they were. The vehicle for their efforts, after a few independent efforts, were the acclimatisation societies. They wanted reminders of home, and so for many years the societies made a concerted effort to bring British songbirds here. But the problems caused by the well-intentioned Victorians and their Acclimatisation Societies remain with us.

Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis 2015 Conference

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: Dear John,   Can you please help me share the information below on the upcoming SBCA conference through the Environmental Economics blog?   Delighted to: The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA) is an international group of practitioners, academics and others who are working to improve the theory and application of the tools of benefit-cost analysis.

2015 157

Environmental Economics: Congratulations Jill!

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2011 190

Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act Symposium in Journal of Economic Perspectives

Environmental Economics

The most recent issue of the Journal of Economic Perspectives features a three-article symposium on the 50th anniversary of the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. Fourth, economic research and teaching on water pollution are relatively uncommon.&

2019 130

Economics: The Next Frontier in Conservation Science

Nature Conservancy - Science

Externalities are by-products of economic activity that impact other parties without being reflected in the cost of the goods or services involved. Why Economics? And economics and technology allow us to develop incentives and structures that support large-scale change.

2016 Annual Conference | Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis

Environmental Economics

Call for papers: The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA) is now accepting abstracts for participation in our 2016 annual conference on Improving the Theory and Practice of Benefit-Cost Analysis. We define BCA broadly, including cost-effectiveness analysis, risk-benefit analysis, applied welfare economics, damage assessment and other methods.

2016 152

Seventh Annual Conference and Meeting | Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis

Environmental Economics

Joint Estimation of Revealed and Stated Preference Data from the Alaska Saltwater Sportfishing Economic Survey, John C. Thursday, March 19, 3:45 – 5:15 Session 4. Non-Market Recreational Welfare Effects of Changes in the Diversity and Abundance of Species. Chair: Trudy Ann Cameron, University of Oregon.

Environmental Economics: YES!

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Environmental Economics: uFollow

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Environmental Economics: Today's description of environmental and.

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"Journals, Preferences, and Publishing in Agricultural and Environmental Economics"

Environmental Economics

Among the sample of journals studied, the American Journal of Agricultural Economics is ranked at the top for career progression for the aggregate sample, while Science was rated at the top for broader impact. Dan Rigby, Michael Burton and Jayson L.

Environmental Economics: How is economics like Fight Club?

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Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis 2017 Annual Conference

Environmental Economics

The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA) is an international group of practitioners, academics and others who are working to improve the theory and application of the tools of benefit-cost analysis. The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA) is accepting abstracts and workshop proposals for participation in our 2017 annual conference on Improving the Theory and Practice of Benefit-Cost Analysis. Conference and Meeting: March 16-17, 2017.

2017 109

THE POWER OF SIDE EFFECTS: TOWARDS A COLLABORATIVE SOCIETY

Green (Living) Review

Although less visible, they have the power to profoundly upset the current social order and are the key to what, at OuiShare, we call a collaborative society. It’s time to explore what this collaborative society we started talking about a few months ago is.

Environmental Economics: Four paragraphs that explain how Libya.

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Environmental Economics: More on bigfoot

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Environmental Economics: My shiny forehead

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Environmental Economics: The simple economics of alternative fuels

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Environmental Economics: Raising gas prices in Marion, NC

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Environmental Economics: How I am similar to Greg Mankiw

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Redesigning Society: Introduction to the Experts on Social Change.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) awakening change community consciousness economics education ethics evolution health interconnection media paradigm shift Power Science society spiritualityFor the first time in the known history of humanity, we can unite the people of earth to achieve a common goal: we the people, not the elite, will control our own destiny.

A new paper on predatory journals in economics #RePEc

Environmental Economics

No 16-08 , Working Papers from Department of Economics, Appalachian State University. Abstract: The extent of publishing in predatory journals in economics is examined in this paper. Beall’s lists are used to identify predatory journals and publishers included in the Research Papers in Economics archives. Asian Economic and Financial Review. Asian Economic and Social Society. Academic Research Society. Asian Economic and Social Society.

2016 116

Environmental Economics: Do you remember your first conference.

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Environmental Economics: Free market environmentalism and Coase

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My ranking of environmental and resource economics journals

Environmental Economics

John Berstrom on the RESECON listserv: I have been assigned the interesting task of ranking professional journals in the natural resource and environmental economics field in order to provide guidance for our university's promotion and tenure process. Let the "importance" of a journal be defined as the practical value to society of articles published. Here is my list: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. Environmental and Resource Economics.

Renewable energy will not support economic growth

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Renewable energy will not and cannot support perpetual economic growth, the way we have been doing it for so long, for too long, in fact. The globalized consumer society has always been and will always be unsustainable anyway, and we might be happier without it.

NASA study confirms society is on the brink of total collapse

Green Prophet

But a recent study funded by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center confirms that industrial society is on the brink of collapse. “… accumulated surplus is not evenly distributed throughout society, but rather has been controlled by an elite.

Moroccan Municipality Uses Graffiti as Pro-Society Tool

Green Prophet

Historically, graffiti has been used to subvert authority or spread anti-social messages, but in Morocco, one municipality has turned the art form on its head by getting kids to “tag” pro-society slogans instead.

Environmental Economics: I'm at the Broyhill

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NAREA's Award for Outstanding Public Service through Economics

Environmental Economics

Over the last 2 decades, Al has worked to increase the environmental economics research capacity at US EPA. In addition to growing capacity, he has also elevated the use of economics science in decision-making.

Environmental Economics: My name is Kingof Socks

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‘Limits to Growth’ vindicated: World headed towards economic, environmental collapse

Green (Living) Review

Researchers from the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI) at the University of Melbourne used data from the last 40 years to compare to predictions made by the authors of the 1972 book “ Limits to Growth.” economic growth green living Limits to Growth

Growth 140

The surprising economic history of salt

Green Prophet

But this isn’t the first time the price of a core society resource has dropped so drastically. The economic history of salt is an interesting lesson for our time. Oil prices have fallen considerably over the past two years.

Environmental Economics: Quote of the day

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Environmental Economics: Quote of the day ;->

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Environmental Economics: Picture of the day

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Environmental Economics: What I did today

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"NEW Economics Journals at De Gruyter"?

Environmental Economics

De Gruyter just added over 100 journals to its extensive and high quality journal collection , and to celebrate the good news, we are pleased to offer you a free taste of our newest titles in economics! Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics The Economists' Voice. What's up with B.E. Press? I thought the idea was to offer an alternative to for-profit publishers (i.e., who is this De Gruyter person anyway?).

Movie Review: The Economics of Happiness

Environmental Economics

From one of the Black and Gold Standard 's bloggers, Brad Cookson*: The Economics of Happiness is a documentary film by Helena-Norberg Hodge, Steven Gorelick, and John Page that critiques globalization and the continued development of a global culture. Hodge asserts that prior to introduction to western culture in the 1970's, Ladakh was a near-ideal society.

Environmental Economics: Daily demand and supply: Earthquake.

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Environmental Economics: Are we still relevant?

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