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A Preliminary analysis of the public costs of environmental protection : 1981-2000.
Cost savings models for environmental protection : helping communities meet their environmental goals.
Economic analysis of final effluent limitations guidelines and standards for the transportation equipment cleaning industry point source category /
Economic impact analysis for the proposed rubber tire manufacturing NESHAP.
Environmental protection : how much it costs and who pays /
Framework for the application of cost-benefit analysis to environmental protection measures
Funding our environmental future : general proceedings, Region 1 conference on public-private partnerships and alternative financing mechanisms : November 6-7, 1989, Northampton, MA.
General proceedings and action agendas from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's National Leadeship Conference on Building Public-Private Partnerships : Wednesday, October 26, 1988, the Mayflower Hotel.
Managing for improving results : final report.
Opportunities to improve air quality through transportation pricing programs /
Paying for progress : perspectives on financing environmental protection.
Report to Congress : wastes from the combustion of fossil fuels.
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