Spatially explicit analysis of water footprints in the UK

Research article by Yim Ling Siu, Klaus Hubacek, Dabo Guan, John Barrett on 30 Dec 2010

The Water Footprint, as an indicator of water consumption has become increasingly popular for analyzing environmental issues associated with the use of water resources in the global supply chain of consumer goods. This is particularly relevant for countries like the UK, which increasingly rely on products produced elsewhere in the world and thus impose pressures […]

Environmental economics and modelling marketable permits

Research article by Luca Taschini on 18 Dec 2010

This paper reviews fundamental concepts in environmental economics and explores theoretical results regarding the choice of the key policy instruments for the control of externalities: taxes, subsidies and marketable … read more »