Economics and Environmental Policy. 2. CHAPTER. Lesson 2.1 Economics. What Is Economics?. The study of how resources are used and distributed Markets tend to move toward equilibrium, where demand for a product matches supply.
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Clear views and natural beauty have aesthetic value, which is a type of non-market value.
Lesson 2.1 Economics
Did You Know?Organic farming is one of the fastest-growing segments of U.S. agriculture. Land devoted to growing organic has expanded by about 15% each year since 2002.
Long Lake in the Rocky Mountains, near Ward, CO
Did You Know?Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, published in 1962, awakened the public to the dangers of industrial chemicals and DDT.
No dumping signs are an example of command-and-control.
Did You Know?The cap-and-trade approach in the U.S. has helped reduce sulfur dioxide emissions that cause acid rain by 35%.
(reactions most people have towards something they consider unpleasant being located near their homes