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ECONĀ 260 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Faculty: Bostian
Content: An analysis of environmental and resource problems ranging from hazardous-waste disposal to air pollution, species extinction to global warming, from an economic perspective. The property-rights basis of pollution problems, environmental ethics, benefit-cost analysis, regulatory policy, clean technology, population growth and consumption, sustainable development.
Prerequisites: ECON 100.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Environmental Studies

http://docs.lclark.edu/undergraduate/environmentalstudies/

...two of the following natural sciences courses: ECON 260 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics One...

Sociology and Anthropology

http://docs.lclark.edu/undergraduate/sociologyanthropology/

...place of SOAN 201: ECON 103 Statistics MATH...200 Statistics I RHMS 260 Empirical Research Methods...