Course Materials Section is designed to assist
instructors who are in the process of developing or re-tooling a
course related to environmental economics. The Full Courses page serves
as an index to the information we have collected and placed on
this website, sorted by course titles. Syllabi, Readings
and Exercises sections classify this information for
easier access, with Miscellaneous section holding
lectures, audio-visual and interactive resources etc.
Book section provides information on popular texts.
Click on the textbook cover to link to a source of a book.
Virtually all of these texts are available on Amazon.com and
other online bookstores.
Finally, the Links to Related Sites section is a small
glossary of Internet sites we found interesting or which were
recommended by our contributors.
If you see the icon
to a link, it means that that particular source is in the PDF
format. PDF is a popular way to store and share documents.
Adobe™, the owners of this format, offer a free reader plug-in
for all popular browsers running on Windows™, Macintosh™ and
Unix computers. If the link you want to access doesn't pull
up, you can try clicking on the icon below and it will lead you
to Adobe's site, where you can download the Acrobat Reader™.
As a matter of principle, we don't keep the PDF files on EES but
link to their original site, unless they are not available
online. This will allow you to view the latest version of the