I. ECONOMIC THEORY, CONCEPTS, AND METHODS.
1. Competition, Monopoly, and Social Welfare.
2. Measuring Economic Welfare and Environmental Quality.
3. Valuing the Environment and Benefit-Cost Analysis.
4. Benefit-Cost Analysis and Discounting.
5. Equity, Environment, and Economics.
6. Economic Theory and Environmental Resources: A Partial Introduction.
II. RENEWABLE ENERGY ECONOMICS AND CONSERVATION.
7. Personal and Household Energy: Economics and the Environment.
8. Renewable Energy Economics.
III. THE QUESTION OF GLOBAL RESOURCE LIMITATIONS.
9. World Oil: A Strategic Limited Resource.
10. The Limits to Growth Question: Industrial Resources, Depletion, Recycling, and Population.
IV. RENEWABLE ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES: AIR AND WATER QUALITY AGRICULTURE, AND FORESTRY.
11. Air Pollution Control: Economics and Policy.
12. Water Quality Economics.
13. Agriculture, the Environment, and Economics.
14. Forestry Economics.
V. THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT.
15. Biodiversity and Endangered Species.
16. The Kruger National Park in New South Africa.
17. Macroeconomics, Trade, and Environment.
18. Climate Change: Economics and Policy.
VI. ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, SUSTAINABILITY, AND ENVIRONMENT.
19. Ecological Economics: An Emerging Alternative to Environmental Economics (by Jon Erickson).
20. Sustainability, Economy, and Environment (by Richard Bishop and Richard P. Woodward).