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    ENVS 25  Political Economy  & the Environment Thursday January 14, 2010 6:00 pm Section “SUSTAINABILITY”
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    REMINDERS    Ofc hrs:  Weds 9 -10:45  Nat Sci 487 Email section questions by 11 am  Thurs. to  [email protected] Texts should now be on reserve Pop Quizzes due by midnight on day  assigned!
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    REVIEW  Goodstein Ch. 6 & 7: Neoclassical economics Ecological economics Applications Earth Odyssey:  Ch. 2 Lecture
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    REVIEW  Goodstein Ch. 6:  Neoclassical View TERMS: Environmental sinks - absorptive capacity  Stock pollutants - accumulate in enviro Flow pollutants - damage quick & dilute i.e. acid rain, smog, noise, heat pollution Natural capital - sinks and natural resources Created or human capital
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    REVIEW  Goodstein Ch. 6:  Neoclassical View Gross Domestic Product = health of economy metric  GDP =  PI + GE + PC + (E – I) Where:
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