the book is :
Environmental Economics, 6/e © 2013
Barry C. Field, University of Massachusetts
Martha K. Field, Greenfield Community College
Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 978 0 07 351148 1
The 5 questions need to be answered by the Question number"please dont write the Question just the answers". also they have to be not more than 2 to 3 sentences.
The Question are :
1- Are "environmental issues" a problem of capitalism alone?explain with an example.
2-Why are long-lived cumulative pollutants so much harder to manage than short-lived, non-cumulative pollutants?
3-what are the Advantages and disadvantages of using Willingnes-To-Pay(WTP) as a measure of value?What are alternatives?
4-What are externalities? What are public goods? Are these public goods: a bus? a Public Telephone? a Public Park?
5- An urban community uses septic tanks, which contaminate a lake. How do "actual" and "efficient" levels of Water Quality change when there is an increase in the number of homes in the community ?
Answer The Question
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
Environmental Issues are not a problem of capitalism alone. (Field & Field 2).This is because, as is observed from countries that practice contrasting ideologies, environmental pollution continues to thrive. Other factors such as increased population come into play. For example, North Korea practices communism, yet, due to increased demand for energy, there has been increased environmental pollution in the country.
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