nep-env New Economics Papers
on Environmental Economics
Issue of 2005‒08‒20
two papers chosen by
Francisco S.Ramos
Federal University of Pernambuco

  1. The Kariba case study By Scudder, Thayer
  2. Catchment Care - Developing an Auction Process for Biodiversity and Water Quality Gains. Volume 1 - Report By Brett Bryan; Jeffery Connor et al, 2005.

  1. By: Scudder, Thayer
    Keywords: Kariba Dam, resettlement, impoverishment, government policy, environmental degradation
    Date: 2005–06
  2. By: Brett Bryan (Policy and Economics Research Unit,CSIRO Land and Water); Jeffery Connor et al, 2005. (Policy and Economics Research Unit,CSIRO Land and Water)
    Abstract: This report describes the design, development and trial of catchment care. Catchment Care is an auction-based system which aims to increase the cost effectiveness of funds for private on-ground natural resource management actions.
    Keywords: Water;Australia;Natural Resource Management;Catchment Care; auction.
    JEL: Q0 Q1 Q2
    Date: 2005–07

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