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Item #d93oct80

Special Report: "Environment and the Economy," Science, 1883-1897, June 25, 1993. Includes the following:

"Protecting the Environment with the Power of the Market," J. Alper, 1884-1885.

Is Environmental Technology a Key to a Healthy Economy?" E. Marshall, 1886-1889. Includes an update on the U.S. wind energy business.

"A New Life for a National Technology Workshop" (the former Solar Energy Research Institute), I. Amato, 1889.

"How to Make the Forests of the World Pay Their Way," 1895-1896 (see secion on Periodicals/World Forests in this issue).

Item #d93oct81

"Vogon Economics and the Hyperspace Bypass," J. Adams, New Scientist, 44-45, Sep. 18, 1993. Comments on the dubious role of economic analysis in an issue fraught with such scientific uncertainty as is the greenhouse debate.

Item #d93oct82

The following pro- and con-articles on the value of environmental economics appeared in Resources, Spring 1993 (Resources for the Future, 1616 P St. NW, Washington DC 20036):

"Environmental Economics: An Epitaph," M. Sagoff, 2-7. Offers four arguments why the theory of welfare economics as a basis for allocating resources is no longer useful, and describes three concepts that could take its place.

"Environmental Economics: Not Dead But Thriving," R.J. Kopp, 7-12. Directly refutes the arguments made in the previous article.

Item #d93oct83

"How to Grow a Green Economy," D. Duthie, New Scientist, 39-43, Jan. 30, 1993.

As the planet teeters toward environmental catastrophe, the old certainties about how to measure the health of an economy are being undermined. Includes a comparison of countries using a sustainability measure based on potential investment to generate new natural and fabricated capital, depreciation on fabricated capital, and depreciation of natural capital.

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