Environmental and Natural Resource Economics engages students in standard economic theory through the lens of environmental issues such as global climate change and overpopulation. This broad, balanced approach combines traditional microeconomic analysis with a detailed examination of macro-level ecological problems that require local, national, and global policy solutions. The Second Edition includes new appendices, updated case studies, and the inclusion of current economic data. Numerous examples, graphs, key terms, and end-of-chapter questions help students review and assimilate core concepts.
Engineering-Transportation, Engineering, Civil-Environmental, Environmental,