Community-based economics research at St. Mary’s College

Environmental Economics

One question asked residents their opinion of a one-time tax on county households to fund a deer-fencing project. Henderson said that based on the 200 responses, households said they would be willing to pay $28.31 Here is a great illustration of what professors can do with nonmarket valuation in the classroom: An economics class at St.

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"It’s Not Too Late To Reverse The Alarming Trend Of Climate Change."

Environmental Economics

Somehow The Onion was able to get hold of Michael Mann's emails : With the implementation of tighter carbon emissions caps and more responsible household energy use, it is not too late to reverse the dire course of global warming, a panel of scientists who know full well that it is far too late and we are all doomed told reporters today. “If

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