WSPPN Maintains These Topic Hubs
Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Economic Incentives for Environmental Protection
Abstract: An economists account of how corporate pollution works and how to counter it through economic incentives.
Source: Human and Environmental Rights (HER) Institute
Economic Incentives for Environmental Regulations
Abstract: Dated, but relevant discussion by R. Stavins, on different types of economic incentives for environmental regulation and their potential to be effective.
Source: Belfer Center
EPA's Directory of Innovative Initiatives
Abstract: Access to many innovations at EPA - and regionally. addressing specific environmental media or that relate to environmental tools or functions.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
Green Building Services (New York)
Abstract: Since 1999, New York has given more than $92 million in federal and State funds to provide green assistance and tax credits for projects dealing with more than 137 million square feet of building space in the State.
Source: State of New York
Abstract: The Green Fees initiative is identifying and analyzing a portfolio of tax reforms that would be both fiscally prudent and environmentally sound. WRI is educating policymakers and opinion leaders in order to build support for these measures.
Source: World Research Institute
Raising Environmental Consciousness versus Creating Economic Incentives as Alternative Policies for Environmental Protection
Abstract: An economist’s article on designing future environmental policy with economic incentives for changing behaviors.
Source: Journal of Economic Issues
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Hub Last Updated: 6/4/2013