Ecology and Economics: Controlling Pollution in the 70s

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ECOLOGY AND ECONOMICS: CONTROLLING POLLUTION IN THE 70s

Written and Edited by MARSHALL I. GOLDMAN

PRENTICE-HALL, INC. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Pollution xi
  • Pollution: The Mess Around Us 3
  • Part 1 - The Nature of the Problem 65
  • The Great and Dirty Lakes 67
  • Air Pollution 73
  • What is Pollution? 102
  • Part 2 - Economic Analysis 115
  • The Role of Government In a Free Society 117
  • Social Costs Of Business Enterprise 125
  • Effluents and Affluence 134
  • Economic Incentives In Air-Pollution Control 142
  • The Economics Of Environmental Quality 149
  • Part 3 Current Cases 165
  • Environmental Disruption in Japan: Again the Japanese Outdo Us 167
  • Water Quality Management By Regional Authorities In the Ruhr Area 172
  • A River Dies -- and is Born Again 191
  • Pittsburgh: How One City Did It 199
  • The Rebirth of a River 203
  • Part 4 - The Soviet Parallel 209
  • The Convergence Of Environmental Disruption 211
  • Part 5 - Conclusion 225
  • Where Do We Go from Here? 227
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