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  • EDIRC (Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers): A searchable index of international economics institutions with environmental programs, including Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers.
  • ERN Environmental Economics: Electronic journal from the Economics Research Network (part of the Social Science Research Network) that publishes paper abstracts. Fully searchable. Hundreds of abstracts available in the archives.
  • Resources for the Future: A nonprofit and nonpartisan think tank located in Washington, DC that conducts independent research - rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences - on environmental and natural `resource` issues.
  • Association of Environmental and Resource Economists: AERE is an international scientific association in the field of environmental and `resource` economics
  • Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics: ANZSEE is an organization that encourages research on the integration of economics, ecology and related disciplines.
  • Australian National University Economics and Environment Network: EEN promotes collaboration, integration, innovation, learning and research in environmental, ecological and `resource` economics in the Australian National University. Provides information about seminars, papers, courses, researchers and additional links.
  • Biodiversity Bibliography: Contains approximately 4000 references on various aspects of biodiversity and conservation. Compiled by Steve Polasky.
  • Center for Ecological Economics & Water Policy Research: University of New England (Australia)
  • Centre for Marine and Climate Research, Hamburg University: Multi-disciplinary research and education on human-induced environmental change, sponsored by Departments of Geosciences and Economics.
  • Climate Change Research at Montana State University: Research on Economics of Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation.
  • Dieoff: Essays, charts and links illustrating predicted environmental and economic trends including oil reserve depletion, food production, and population.
  • Durable Economics: Essay about how we can use durability as a means of conservation with related links.
  • Ecological Economics at Malardalen University: Ecological Economics course, which aims at understanding the connections between environmental issues, economics and the development of society.
  • Economics and Environmental Science: This is an educational site describing the field of environmental economics and the Ph.D. level training program in environmental economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Links to additional resources are included.
  • Emco2 Analyzer - GreenHouse Gas Emission Analyzer: Automated application produced by Anasoft, Inc. for collection and analysis of data for carbon dioxide emission (greenhouse gas emission).
  • Energy Research at DOE: Was it Worth It? (NAS Study): In this study, energy efficiency investments produced almost three times the net economic benefit of those made in fossil fuel technology. Available as book.
  • Environmental Damage Valuation and Cost Benefit: Estimates the economic impacts of environment hazards and real estate projects. Sponsored by Damage Valuation Associates, which publishes empirical and regulatory developments.
  • Environmental Economics Node: Madras School of Economics site providing environmental economics information to decision makers, policy planners, scientists, engineers, and research workers, in the areas of pollution control, toxic chemicals, central and offshore ecology, environmentally sound appropriate technology, bio-degradation of wastes, and environment management. India.
  • Environmental Economics Program at Harvard University: A University-wide program engaged in research, teaching, and outreach efforts in environmental and natural `resource` economics.
  • Environmental Economics Programme of the International Institute for Environment and Development: The EEP promotes practical means of bringing environmental values into the market place in ways that benefit poor people and less developed countries. Includes evaluating the economic consequences of environmental change and finding ways to internalize environmental values in public policy and market behavior.
  • European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists: EAERE is an international scientific association in the field of environmental and natural `resource` economics.
  • European Programm GENEDEC: Genedec aims at assessing the proposed decoupling of direct payments. Program description, papers, and contact information.
  • European Society for Ecological Economics: Aims to foster transdisciplinary discourse and research among the social and natural sciences regarding problems of nature and the environment.
  • Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei: Host of the Global Network of Environmental Economists, based in Trieste, Italy.
  • Forum for Economics and the Environment: A non-aligned, informal `group` of individuals with an interest in economics and the environment in southern Africa.
  • Garden Earth Enterprise: Center for the community of individuals and organizations committed to the economic and environmental solutions to global warming.
  • Georgia State University Environmental Policy Program: Environmental Policy Program of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies with programs featuring an environmental and experimental economics laboratory, water policy, ozone prevention, and scrap tires.
  • Global Network of Environmental Economists: Dissertations and other online publications, forthcoming conferences, online discussion forums, research funding available, and other resources in the field of environmental economics.
  • Green Accounting Bibliography: A bibliography of articles, papers, and books on the topic of green or environmental accounting.
  • Green Economics: Based on the book entitled Designing the Green Economy: The Postindustrial Alternative to Corporate Globalization by Brian Milani. Includes book outline, essays, reviews and links.
  • Green Energy News: Recent business, economic and technology developments in clean, efficient and renewable energy for transportation, industry, government and home.
  • Institute of Ecolonomics: Founded by Dennis Weaver, IOE is dedicated to sustainable living through educational programs, affordable housing, and environmental businesses.
  • International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics: Lund University's research and education institute with focus on preventative environmental strategies and cleaner production.
  • International Society for Ecological Economics: The ISEE aims to facilitate understanding between economists and ecologists and the integration of the two disciplines.
  • Land Tenure Center: Interdisciplinary research and training programs focusing on legal, political, social, and economic institutions (markets, traditions, customs, rules, laws, and regulations) that affect equitable access to and sustainable use of land and other natural resources. At University of Wisconsin.
  • Latin American and Caribbean Association of Environmental and Resource Economists: ALEAR, professional organization in South America.
  • Madras School of Economics: Designated as a Center for Excellence in Environmental Economics by the MOEF from 2002. For more information and research pages, navigate to 'ENVIS project home' and 'Center of Excellence' links from the MSE home page.
  • Madras School of Economics, Center of Excellence: MSE is a major center for post-graduate studies, teaching and research in environmental economics based in India. Designated as a Center for Excellence in Environmental Economics by India's Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). English.
  • Main Street Economics: Economic consultants for `resource` and environmental issues. Pages on past performance, services offered, markets targeted, and employment opportunities. Targets the emerging market (private and government) for environmental economics applications.
  • Michael Alexander's Energy Economics Pages: Links to energy research, energy organizations, and environmental organizations.
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Economics links: Link collection accompanying the textbook "Natural Resources and Environmental Economics."
  • OilAnalytics: OilAnalytics conducts research on the assessment of petroleum, oil, natural gas and other energy resources, including energy supply, demand, and imports, energy policy, energy economics, net energy, alternative energy, and the environmental impact of energy production and consumption.
  • Resource Decisions Consulting: Practice focused on energy and environmental economics. Policy studies and impact analyses of natural `resource` development plans for public an private clients including utilities, water districts, and governmental agencies.
  • Resource Dimensions: Consultant firm specializing in complex environmental, land use, conservation, community development, energy and transportation issues, based in Gig Harbor, WA.
  • Rocky Mountain Institute: Based on work by Amory and Hunter Lovins, this organization has a nonadversarial, transideological approach to helping businesses, communities, governments and individuals create more wealth in a life-sustaining manner, primarily by gains in efficiency.
  • Studienbüro Jetzt & Morgen: Research and advice about changes, sustainability, and intergenerational issues connecting ecological, economic and social concerns.
  • Tempus-Project Caucasus: Introduction of Environmental Economics Studies in South Caucasus Region.
  • The Aspen Institute: An international organization working on environmental and economic concerns.
  • Tradable Permits Bibliography: General background and applications of tradable permits to air, fishing and other areas. Compiled by Tom Tietenberg.
  • UNEP Environmental Economics Unit: Publications database of the United Nations Environmental Program's Environmental Economics Unit (EEU).
  • US EPA National Center for Environmental Economics: NCEE analyzes relationships between the economy, environmental health, and environmental pollution control. This includes: economic benefits and costs, economic incentives, size, composition, and effects of the pollution control industry, risk assessment data used in economic analyses.
  • Workgroup Energy Transport Environment: Applies economic theory to current policy issues. Downloadable working papers and project descriptions include an extensive portfolio of numerical partial and general equilibrium models for the assessment of transport, energy and environmental policies. Affiliated with the University Leuven, Belgium.
  • Wuppertal Institute - Links: Links to both US and European programs related to environmental economics and business.


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