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Main Title Natural capital and human economic survival /
Author Prugh, Tom. ; Prugh, Thomas.
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Costanza, Robert.
Publisher International Society for Ecological Economics : ISEE Press ; Distributed by Chelsea Green Pub. Co.,
Year Published 1995
OCLC Number 33828626
ISBN 1887490019; 9781887490016
Subjects Environmental economics. ; Environmental policy--Economic aspects. ; Milieueconomie. ; Knappheit.--(DE-588)4164266-1 ; Natèurliche Ressourcen.--(DE-588)4075236-7 ; Umweltnutzung.--(DE-588)4290101-7 ; Umweltschutz.--(DE-588)4061644-7 ; Wirtschaftspolitik.--(DE-588)4066493-4
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EJAM  HC79.E5P748 1995 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 02/09/2001
EJEM  HC79.E5P748 1995 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 07/18/1997
Collation xx, 198 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-188) and index.
Contents Notes Ch. 1. The Origins of Our Economic Worldview -- Ch. 2. The Ecological Economics Perspective -- Ch. 3. What Natural Capital Is and Does -- Ch. 4. Depletion and Valuation -- Ch. 5. Investing in Natural Capital: Incentives and Obstacles -- Ch. 6. Some Investment Strategies. Drawing on the theoretical insights and research experience of some of the world's leading ecological economists, Natural Capital and Human Economic Survival argues that mainstream economics has misled citizens and policy makers by viewing natural capital as only a single, rather unimportant, factor of economic production. In contrast, ecological economics views it as the very foundation of the economy. Natural Capital and Human Economic Survival explains what natural capital is and does, and how it is threatened. It also proposes some revenue-neutral policy options that could restructure the economic system to encourage investment in natural capital. Such policies would work, in part, by properly valuing natural capital resources and services. By helping to "get the prices right," within the context of sustainable ecosystems and a fair distribution of resources they would promote true economic efficiency, equity and sustainability.
Place Published Solomons, MD White River Junction, VT
PUB Date Free Form 1995
BIB Level m
Cataloging Source OCLC/T
LCCN 95078332
OCLC Time Stamp 20130709123232
Language eng
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OCLC Rec Leader 03357cam 2200589 a 45020