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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

"Certificate in Environmental Economics' ' provides the aspirants with a robust foundation in Economics focused on environment based applications such as financial impact of environmental policies, economic activity.

In this course you will learn what environmental and natural resource economics deals with, they deal with the economics of pollution control, economic incentives which deal with pollution and the basic economic principles for the management of non-renewable and renewable resources. Here’s everything structured for you to improve your analytical and decision making skills.and it also helps you to bring the principles of environmental economics to your organization's most interesting challenges.

Through this course, you will also learn how to build a clean environment and how much the work is fascinating in the area of environmental economics which allows learners to develop a hands-on approach by knowing and implementing its methods. You will learn its examples and the importance of this subject.

Many factors of economics are like:

  • Employment
  • Income
  • Inflation
  • Internet
  • Rates
  • Productivity
  • Wealth

You will learn many things in detail.

This course is for those Students who are looking for a scientific approach to study  about the environment and anyone in a professional setting wanting to increase productivity and environment policies management. Teachers, environmentalists, and economists can take this course. No specific prior knowledge is required.

When you will come to the end of this course, you will know many things about environmental economics to create your environment safer. You will be even more productive as an Environmental economist.

So become an environmental economist certified and improve your career options with many job opportunities by taking this course.

Course Content

Total: 107 lectures
  • Introduction
  • Future Environmental Challenges
  • Meeting the Challenges How Will Societies Respond
  • The Road Ahead
  • Introduction
  • The Human–Environment Relationship
  • Environmental Problems and Economic Efficiency
  • Property Rights
  • Externalities as a Source of Market Failure
  • The Pursuit of Efficiency
  • An Efficient Role for Government
  • Introduction
  • Normative Criteria for Decision Making
  • Applying the Concepts
  • Divergence of Social and Private Discount Rates
  • Other Decision-Making Metrics
  • Introduction
  • Why Value the Environment?
  • Valuation
  • Introduction
  • A Two-Period Model
  • Defining Intertemporal Fairness
  • Are Efficient Allocations Fair?
  • Applying the Sustainability Criterion
  • Implications for Environmental Policy
  • Introduction
  • A Resource Taxonomy
  • Efficient Intertemporal Allocations
  • Market Allocations of Depletable Resources
  • Introduction
  • Natural Gas: From Price Controls to Fracking
  • Oil: The Cartel Problem
  • Fossil Fuels: National Security Considerations
  • Electricity: The Role of Depletable Resources
  • Electricity: Transitioning to Renewables
  • Introduction
  • Minerals
  • An Efficient Allocation of Recyclable Resources
  • Factors Mitigating Resource Scarcity
  • Market Imperfections
  • Markets for Recycled Materials
  • E-Waste
  • Pollution Damage
  • Introduction
  • The Potential for Water Scarcity
  • The Efficient Allocation of Scarce Water
  • The Current Allocation System
  • Remedies and Reforms
  • Introduction
  • The Economics of Land Allocation
  • Sources of Inefficient Use and Conversion
  • Innovative Market-Based Policy Remedies
  • Introduction
  • Characterizing Forest Harvesting Decisions
  • Sources of Inefficiency
  • Poverty and Debt
  • Sustainable Forestry
  • Public Policy
  • Introduction
  • Efficient Allocations—Bioeconomics Theory
  • Appropriability and Market Solutions
  • Public Policy Toward Fisheries
  • Introduction
  • The State of Ecosystem Services
  • Economic Analysis of Ecosystem Services
  • Demonstrating the Value of Ecosystem Services
  • Institutional Arrangements and Mechanisms for Protecting Nature’s Services
  • Tradable Entitlement Systems
  • Tradable Entitlement Systems
  • The Special Problem of Protecting Endangered Species
  • Introduction
  • A Pollutant Taxonomy
  • Defining the Efficient Allocation of Pollution
  • Market Allocation of Pollution
  • Efficient Policy Responses
  • Cost-Effective Policies for Uniformly Mixed Fund Pollutants
  • Other Policy Dimensions
  • Introduction
  • Conventional Pollutants
  • Market-Based Approaches
  • Introduction
  • Subsidies and Externalities
  • Policy toward Mobile Sources
  • Introduction
  • The Science of Climate Change
  • Negotiations over Climate Change Policy
  • The Precedent: Reducing Ozone-Depleting Gases
  • Economics and the Mitigation Policy Choice
  • Controversy: The Morality of Emissions Trading
  • Mitigation Policy: Timing
  • The Role of Adaptation Policy
  • Introduction
  • Nature of Water Pollution Problems
  • Traditional Water Pollution Control Policy
  • The U.S. Experience
  • Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness
  • The European Experience
  • Developing Country Experience
  • Introduction
  • Market Allocations and Toxic Substances
  • The Incidence of Hazardous Waste Siting Decisions
  • Introduction
  • Sustainability of Development
  • The Growth–Development Relationship
  • Introduction
  • Addressing the Issues
  • A Concluding Comment


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