Environmental Sciences

Masters in Environmental Economics

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Environmental economics is a branch of economies which deals with the economic impact of environmental policies. It looks into economic effects of world-wide environmental policies through theoretical and empirical study approaches. Environmental economics studies cost and benefits-related issues of water quality, air pollution, solid waste, global warming, and other environmental problems. Environmental economics designs the economic policy tool, assess its effectiveness and does environmental reviews to find the balance between economic costs and returns.

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