ECON 338 - Environmental and Resource Economics
Explanation and application of the interplay between the natural environment and economic activity. Environmental economics focuses on the impact of economic activity on the natural environment; whereas, resource economics studies the supply, demand and allocation of natural resources used for economic activity. Issues include water and air pollution, global climate change, and the management of natural resources. Prerequisite(s): ECON 208 .
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