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View Resource EE Toolbox (Environmental Education)

The Environmental Education (EE) Toolbox is an organized collection of publications for educators who conduct environmental education teacher inservice programs. The EE Toolbox is intended to advance...
View Resource Microeconomics and the Environment

This module places the standard economic analysis of externalities and public goods in the context of the two paradigms of economics and ecology. It presents elements of economic analysis of the...
View Resource Macroeconomics and the Environment

This module presents an expanded circular flow analysis that takes the biosphere into account. It reviews critiques and alternatives to GNP/GDP, emphasizing natural resource and environmental as well...
View Resource Forests, Agriculture, and Climate: Economics and Policy Issues

Deforestation and agriculture together contribute about 30% of global carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. Policies to reduce emissions and store carbon under REDD (Reduction of...
View Resource From the Ground Up: The Science of Soil

Make science relevant for your students with a topic that affects them every day - soil. These free interactive lesson plans, videos, and classroom tools promote a deeper understanding of core...
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