4 edition of Pricing for pollution found in the catalog.
Pricing for pollution
Previous ed.: 1975.
|Series||Hobart paper -- 66|
|Contributions||Institute of Economic Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
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2 INTRODUCTION 3 CARBON PRICING: THE NUTS AND BOLTS 5 HOW TO BUILD YOUR CAMPAIGN 8 Know the Lay of the Land 9 Identify Your Goal 12 Identify Your Targets 13 Create Your Power Map 16 Build Your Campaign Plan 18 Recruit and Organize Volunteers When Pricing for pollution book can be established for the clean air, it means that the producer and the third party have settled on the point at which allowing any Author: Ted Gayer.
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When pricing can be established for the clean air, it means that the producer and the third party have settled on the point at which allowing any more pollution would create health damages in excess of the benefits to the firm, and at which allowing any less pollution would create economic damages to the firm in excess of the health benefits to.
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[Wilfred Beckerman]. A key aspect of carbon pricing is the “polluter pays” principle. By putting a price on carbon, society can hold emitters responsible for the serious costs of adding GHG emissions to the atmosphere; these costs include polluted air, warming temperatures, and various attendants ills (threats to public health and to food and water supplies, increased risk of certain dangerous weather.
Pricing for Pollution is fast approaching the status of a classic. When published in it set out in cogent and lucid terms the case for 'charging' for pollution as a means of environmental regulation.
Dr Beckerman had then argued the case as a member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. His. Wu, Chen, Guo, and Gao (b) and Huang () find that the relationship between air pollution and stock pricing varies according to whether the firms belong to polluted industries.
Wu et al. (a) consider that air-pollution-induced local investor mood adversely affects the stock returns of locally headquartered firms, mainly through the Author: Qinin Wu, Jing Lu. pricing externalities such as air and water pollution so that the costs they impose on human health and the environment are internalized into the production and consumption processes.
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