ERE Special Issue on Benefit Transfer

Environmental Economics

  The March issue of Environmental and Resource Economics  is a special issue on "Benefit Transfer: Current Practice and Future Prospects." " Most of the papers arose from an EPA-sponsored workshop on benefit transfer; either through direct funding, as comments, or to introduce the issue. Important note: Whitehead (2016)  gets a lot of love in this issue.

2019 109

Chewing Gum: A Sticky Environmental Issue

Living Green & Saving Energy

Chewing Gum: A Sticky Environmental Issue. green living Uncategorized chewing gum

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Special Replication Issue of Energy Economics

Environmental Economics

Elsevier, who may be taking the lead in encouraging replication , is putting out a special issue on replication in Energy Economics :  In this special issue, we will particularly welcome two types of papers, without excluding other forms of replication (Clemens 2015). And also:  Besides the special issue, we have created “replication paper” as a new type of submission. Replication will not end with this special issue.

2017 133

Moderates who lean left on social issues and right on economic issues are not libertarians

Environmental Economics

Similar to Krugman, I would define a libertarian voter as one who leans left on social issues (such as same-sex marriage) and right on economic issues (such as taxes and regulation). I Many libertarian voters I know (including those students) often vote for Democratic candidates because they weight the social issues more than the economic ones. I moderate) "who leans left on social issues. and right on economic issues.":

2015 190

The Pest Eradication Issue

Green Living Tips

When it comes to "problem" creatures such as snails, slugs, flies, termites and bedbugs; most people find extermination is acceptable; but whack fur or feathers on a creature and the situation often changes. Should the presence. or absence of a backbone make so much difference to attitudes related to pest control

2011 144

"RFF on the issues: Fracking contamination concerns"

Environmental Economics

RFF Staff: An RFF survey of public opinion in Pennsylvania and Texas about shale gas development risks revealed that 41 and 31 percent of respondents, respectively, are “extremely concerned or very concerned” about risks to groundwater and surface water sources. The survey also showed that the public is willing to pay to reduce such risks—on average, $25 to $30 per year per household for every 1,000 fewer drinking water wells with problems. via common-resources.org. Here is "Figure 2.

2015 162

Is the special issue a joke too?

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: Dear Dr. Whitehead, The journal Laws (ISSN 2075-471X) is currently running a special issue entitled "Environmental Law and Sustainability" Dr. Kamrul Hossain , of the University of Lapland (Finland), is serving as Guest Editor for this issue. For further reading, please follow the link to the Special Issue Website at: [link].

2015 144

Single-Issue Dominos

Eccorazzi

There’s a tendency amongst advocates in the mainstream “animal movement” to believe that single-issue campaigns are like lines of dominos. The reality is that single-issue campaigns are nothing but harbingers of continued exploitation and portents of perpetual speciesism. Aside from from the promotion of speciesism, single-issue campaigns breed a culture of confusion as to what it is advocates actually want.

2016 63

The first issue of JAERE is available

Environmental Economics

Here is the TOC for the first issue (all of the articles are free): 1. Title: The major open issues concerning the SCC continue to be the appropriate discount rate, the potential for catastrophic damages, the impact of incomplete harmonization of abatement policies, and the effects of distortionary taxes. My "contingent valuation" Google Alert sent me this one: Consequentiality: A Theoretical and Experimental Exploration of a Single Binary Choice Author(s): Richard T.

2014 158

The new issue of JAERE is out

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: Dear John, The latest issue of the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists  ( JAERE ) is now available on the University of Chicago Press Journals website.        Table of Contents: Volume 3, Issue 2 | June 2016 Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.

2016 116

AJAE's virtual issue on environmental economics

Environmental Economics

In this virtual issue of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics , we highlight recent research on agri-environmental issues. Barely discussed in the literature twenty years ago, articles that focus on agri-environmental issues are now prominent in the agricultural economics research agenda. Issues involving climate change were intentionally not included in this collection because this broad and important topic is deserving of its own special issue.

I'm discussing a range of critical issues

Environmental Economics

2017 109

"RFF on the issues: Climate mitigation payments"

Environmental Economics

Common Resources: A “strong majority” of people from the New York Times /RFF/Stanford University poll also indicated that while they worry about climate change and support government regulation, they oppose increasing gasoline taxes or electricity prices. The article questions “ just how much they might be willing to pay ” to reduce the risks of climate change.

2015 138

Tim: you should propose a special issue anyway

Environmental Economics

I proposed an off-topic special issue and here is the response (emphasis added): Dear John, I am glad that you are interested in Lead Guest Editing a Special Issue on Measuring the nonmarket value of recreational fishing for Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. In order to move forward, you will need to select a topic and then invite two to four Guest Editors of appropriate seniority to work with you on the Special Issue.

2016 130

deliberateLIFE Magazine Issue #5 – Review

Green (Living) Review

Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) deliberateLIFE Magazine is now one year old – so let''s say Happy Birthday – and issue #5 has just hit the iPad screens and others, so to speak, and this is yet another great issue. My favorite pieces in this issue are “Tips to conserve water” on page 12; “The L.A. Seeing the need for a more multi-disciplinary approach to today''s pressing social issues, Fay formed a new type of consultancy, Red Balloon Ideas.

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"EPA is soliciting comment on issues related to water quality trading" @willwheels

Environmental Economics

 via Will Wheeler on twitter: EPA is soliciting comment on issues related to water quality trading. (looks This might be the first good thing to be coming out of the EPA in quite some time. via  (looks like the [link] docket is not live, but that just means you have more time). Here is the link: [link].

2019 100

An environmental issue to watch this election season

Environmental Economics

Here's a local (Florida) issue that could have interesting national and international impacts: The main focus of this election has been the presidential race, but so many  other things will be on the ballot Nov. Tired of presidential politics?

2016 109

We all have Daddy Issues: How to Move Past Them.

Elephant Journal

Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Inspiring (Wow) Love & Relationships (see below for Sexy) becoming the lover we seek cliches daddy issues learning love man up mommy issues own your shit single mom sterotypes we all have daddy issues ying/yangIt’s not easy to wake up, own your sh*t, and be your own godd*mn daddy.

2015 82

Measuring Up: Unlearning Body Image Issues.

Elephant Journal

Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Food Health & Wellness body image body image issues skinny teaching children about food unrealistic beauty ideals watching weightAs a child, I saw my mother measure herself up in the mirror and judge herself imperfect. So this is how I learned.

2015 83

Development of Biofuels Is a National Security Issue | Living.

Living Green & Saving Energy

Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Development of Biofuels Is a National Security Issue by greenwise on March 7, 2011 A column in Biofuels Digest by retired General and one-time presidential candidate Wesley Clark makes the case that the development of biofuels capability in the USA is important for national security.

Development of Biofuels Is a National Security Issue

Living Green & Saving Energy

Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Development of Biofuels Is a National Security Issue by greenwise on March 7, 2011 A column in Biofuels Digest by retired General and one-time presidential candidate Wesley Clark makes the case that the development of biofuels capability in the USA is important for national security.

Call for Papers | Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (EEPS) | Special Issue on Hedonic Price Method

Environmental Economics

This special issue in the EEPS wishes to review and advance the utilization of HPM for environmental valuation in the cases of both developed and developing countries. Authors are invited to submit papers to be considered for publications in the special issue of EEPS by  August 31, 2018.    Please send all inquiries to the editor of the special issue.

2018 109

Call for papers: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being. Here is the link:  //www.mdpi.com/journal/water/special_issues/Coastal_economics_ecosystem. From the guest editors: Dear Colleagues, Coastal areas around the world are dynamic environments at the interface of terrestrial, marine, and freshwater systems.

2018 100

Fertility Issues? Feng Shui might Help.

Elephant Journal

Fertility issues in a healthy woman could be a sign of the energy in her home, which would affect her body, and not the actual state of her health. Family Health & Wellness environment family feng shui health health wellness

2016 85

Call for Papers | Marine Resource Economics | Special Issue on Attribute Non-Attendance

Environmental Economics

Special Issue on Attribute Non-Attendance in Choice Experiments of Marine Ecosystem Goods and Services.   Special Issue Editors:  Daniel K.   Marine Resource Economics is soliciting contributions for a special issue on the topic of AN-A in choice experiments of marine ecosystem goods and services in Volume 34 (2019).  Call for Papers. Marine Resource Economics.

2018 100

RFF on the Issues: The VW Scandal and Diesel Fuel Cars

Environmental Economics

It seems that  such engines are actually worse for the environment than previously thought , and this issue is particularly important in Europe, where about half of new vehicles run on diesel fuel. From the inbox: The Volkswagen emissions scandal is putting pressure on many countries to take a closer look at their vehicle emissions testing for cars that run on diesel fuel.

2015 153

Call for papers: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being. From the guest editors: Dear Colleagues, Coastal areas around the world are dynamic environments at the interface of terrestrial, marine, and freshwater systems.

2018 100

The very first issue of Water Resources and Economics

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: We are very pleased to present you with the first issue of our new journal, Water Resources & Economics. rst issue, a number of important links were established with the help of the journal’s international editorial board. We wish to publish papers of outstanding quality, also if this means less issues every year and consequently that it will perhaps take longer to establish a name for our journal.

Veganism and Poverty: Identifying the Issues

Eccorazzi

The issues of veganism as an obligation and income inequality/poverty as ”impossibility” to going vegan are often conflated. They are two separate issues. The second issue, that of income inequality/poverty can be directly related to access and affordability of non-animal foods – fresh or otherwise. The issues that give rise to food deserts are serious and important. Guest Essay by Emilia Leese. ————————————————————————.

2016 62

The issue about food waste is going mainstream

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The issue about food waste is going mainstream but will the people listen and understand the message? It is good to see that this issue has now been highlighted in the media such as the i-News but what we could do with, I think, is a small book that could educate people as to what can be reused from vegetables which, more often than not, is seen as waste by most, be this peelings or tops from beets, or stalks.

2017 116

Call for papers extended to May 3: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

Update from Wally Milon (March 7, 2019):  We have extended the deadline for the special issue of Water on Coastal Resource Economics and Ecosystem Valuation to May 3, 2019. This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being.

2019 100

RFF on the Issues: When a Carbon Tax Is Better than Regulation

Environmental Economics

In the current issue of Resources magazine, RFF experts and colleagues explore several questions regarding the design and implementation of a carbon tax: “A carbon tax is unlikely to reduce the number of jobs in the US economy, contrary to what some critics suggest. When isn't it? Earlier this week at the Paris climate conference, President Obama said that imposing a price on carbon emissions “was a smarter way to deal with pollution than a command-and-control system.”

Russia issues temporary ban on beef from New Zealand

Green (Living) Review

The Russian agriculture safety watchdog has imposed a temporary ban on imports of beef and beef products from New Zealand, effective February 6. The measure comes after the feed additive Ractopamine, a stimulant fertilizer for promoting muscle growth, has been discovered in some samples,” the watchdog spokesperson said. The watchdog also said that it might ban fish imports from New Zealand due to traces of mercury in some supplies.

The latest issue of Journal of Economic Surveys.

Environmental Economics

has a special issue on market experiments. Here  Here is the environmental paper : Friesen, L. and Gangadharan, L. 2013), ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETS: WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM THE LAB? Journal of Economic Surveys, 27: 515–535. doi: 10.1111/joes.12021. Abstract: In recent years, some of the most influential policies have been either tested or evaluated using experimental methods.

Your Emotional Pain may be Causing your Digestive Issues.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society Food Health & Wellness Non New-Agey Spirituality ayurveda digestion digestive issues emotional release gut healing YogaEmotional energy that gets trapped can destroy us. It keeps us feeling low, numb, unmotivated, and negative. Eventually, when we carry enough baggage, we learn to live with the pain and imbalances, and think it’s normal.

2017 64

7 Eco Issues to Address in 2013

Green Prophet

As the conversation about climate change and other environmental issues gains traction, it’s a good time for concerned citizens to get serious about taking meaningful action. Here are seven of the most pressing issues facing the Middle East in 2013 and organizations that are working to resolve them. Yet water scarcity threatens more people in the Middle East than any other issue because let’s face it: without water, we die.

2013 86

Why Robin Hood is at fault for the political issues in the U.S. and U.K.

Environmental Economics

From Nobel prize winner Angus Deaton in the World Economic Forum.    Sorry for the length, but a fascinating economic rationale for the current political environment in the developed world. International development aid is based on the Robin Hood principle: take from the rich and give to the poor. National development agencies, multilateral organizations, and NGOs currently transfer more than $135 billion a year from rich countries to poor countries with this idea in mind.

2016 130

Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues

Green (Living) Review

When my dad was growing up he had one sweater each winter. Total. He remembers how vigilantly he cared for his sweater. If the elbows got holes in them my grandma patched them back together. If he lost his sweater he'd recount his steps to find it again. He guarded it like the precious gift it was. He had everything he needed and not a lot more. The only rule was to be home by dinner time. My grandma rarely knew exactly where her kids were.

2017 111

Gun/Knife control is not the issue

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Gun/Knife control is not the issue. We allow ourselves by the media and the powers-that-be more often than not to be directed how we should think and when it comes to the issue of guns and knives, if they both are to be believed, then guns and knives have a mind of their own and will attack people. The fact is that it would not and thus the issue of violence must be addressed and not guns and knives. Climate Change is not the issue.

2013 116

Why our Issues are Irrelevant.

Elephant Journal

It seems to be so common for us to get bogged down and lose joy for life because we buy into the idea that we are some how broken and in need of fixing via an external authority. When we take this and combine it with a relationship, we get a recipe for manipulation, control, misery and limitation.

2016 63

If you were wondering when our forthcoming paper would be assigned a journal issue

Environmental Economics

Your wait is over: One of the major criticisms of stated preference data is hypothetical bias. Using a unique dataset of both stated and actual behavior, we test for hypothetical bias of stated preference survey responses. We consider whether respondents tend to overstate their participatory sporting event behavior ex ante when compared to their actual behavior at different registration fees.

2015 136

Breaking the Stigma: Therapists have Mental Health Issues Too.

Elephant Journal

Health & Wellness Non New-Agey Spirituality Right Livelihood battle bipolar breaking the stigma clients counceling hospitalized Mental Illness psychologist therapists with mental helath issuesI saw my first therapist at the age of 14. Several years later, I would go on to college and chose psychology as a major.

2017 64

Do You have Boundary Issues?

Elephant Journal

Oh yeah, the maps exist, but you can't have them. Love & Relationships (see below for Sexy) ADHD boundaries healthy boundaries personal boundaries setting bounaries

2016 64