1. Environmental Economics Research
This site provides information on economics and the environment - particularly concerning forest-related environmental issues, New Institutional Economics, and Public Choice Theory. The site is maintained by a PhD student at the Department of Economics, Monash University, Clayton, Australia.
2. Experiments in Environmental Economics: A Survey
This report (by Bodo Sturm and Joachim Weimann at the Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg) presents arguments and justification for the use of experimental methods and techniques to solve problems in environmental economics.
3. Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment (FREE)
The site includes information about the mission, philosophy and program objectives of the organization. Links can also be found to organizational activities, publications and a comprehensive list of important Web sites in the subject area.
4. Future of Environmental Economics
This paper by Dr Rüdiger Pethig (University of Siegen, Germany) discusses the historical and expected future development of environmental economics as a field of study. It deals with some of the fundamental theoretical concepts underlying environmental economics and explains the opportunities and challenges posed for the future development of the field.
5. MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research
The Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR) is 'the focus at MIT for research activity in energy economics since the Centre's founding in the mid-1970's, and in environmental economics since the early 1990s. This web site includes working papers, policy notes and research.
6. National Center for Environmental Economics (The) (NCEE)
The National Center for Environmental Economics is a programme of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The NCEE undertakes research and analyses of the interactions and relationships between the economy and environmental pollution control as well as other aspects of environmental economics.
7. Striking the Balance: Economics and the Environment
This paper (by Agnar Sandmo of the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration) deals with three fundamental questions in the field of environmental economics.
8. Ecosystem Valuation
This website describes how economists value beneficial ways that ecosystems affect people - ecosystem valuation. It is designed for non-economists who need answers to questions about the benefits of ecosystem conservation, a clear, non-technical explanation of ecosystem valuation concepts, methods and applications.
9. Nepal Study Center at University of New Mexico
The Nepal Study Center at the University of New Mexico is dedicated to fostering intellectual collaboration and sharing knowledge with a dedicated focus and wider perspective on the socio-economic and political issues of the himalayan region and the countries in South Asia.