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The Theory of Environmental Policy

The Theory of Environmental Policy

by William Baumol
312 Pages · 1988 · 21 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Inconvenient Facts
by Gregory Wrightstone
158 Pages · 2015 · 7 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Inconvenient Facts: The science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know” is an informative book that tells some information about climate changes. Gregory Wrightstone is a geologist. He has 35 years of experience researching and studying different aspects of the Earth’s process. Gregory holds a Bachelor’s degree in geology from Waynesburg University and Master’s from Virginia University in the same field. He has presented and written extensively on many aspects of geology including how paleogeography and paleoclimate control geologic process. Gregory is a solid proponent of the scientific process and believes that policy decisions should be driven by science, facts, and data. In this book, the author explains experts are saying that our climate is changing for the worse and it is our faults. Increases in heat waves from, Droughts are all blamed on our, from burning fossil fuels and increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.  We are sure about the details because we are not a scientist and we don’t have facts.
Civilized to Death
by Christopher Ryan
304 Pages · 2019 · 3  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Civilized to Death is the ancient history, philosophy and natural resources book which shares the history of human civilization. Christopher Ryan is the guy behind this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Majority of the human things that the world is going to die one day. Why we like to hear the stories about the big bang and why we wanted to know how it ends? The modern world is in constant war and people are dying all over the world. Different countries are using hydrogen bombs to destroy their enemies. They even set their bombs at the hospitals and school buses of kids. Civilization is the only progress of humanity in this world but at the same time it depends on us that how we use it. Ten of thousands of babies died in infancy, broken bone, snakebite, infected wound and dengue. Today, we have challenges of death through cancers, road accidents, and cardiovascular disease. What are the challenges that humanity is still faces and how to recover it? There are people who wanted to join the armed forces but soon they realized the reality. Why countries spend most of their budget on buying weapons? An interesting book to read for everyone.
Doughnut Economics
by Kate Raworth
320 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist” is a good book that offers game-changing analysis and inspiration for a new generation of economics thinkers. Doughnut Economics is written by the author Kate Raworth. Raworth is a renegade economist focused on exploring the economic mindset needed to address the 21st century’s social and ecological challenges. She is a senior associate of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and a member of the Club of Rome. Doughnut Economics is a very readable book on how to rethink economic systems to make the economics work for everyone, rather than the system we have today. She looks at a number of features of our economic system, puts them in historical context, and offers some great ideas for change. Raworth brings economics as a subject to life as different ideas are discussed and the different purposes of economics as understood by early economists. This book introduces a strong, legitimate role for public policy and activist government rather than some assumption that the market will achieve fairness. Each topic is covered clearly and concisely and packed with the details that you learn to be truly effective. All in all, Doughnut Economics is an informative book for the readers.
Climate–A New Story
by Charles Eisenstein
320 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Climate–A New Story” is a fascinating read for anyone who is interested in better ways to engage climate deniers. Charles Eisenstein is the author of this environmental science book. Charles is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. He speaks frequently at conferences and other events and spent the next ten years as a Chinese-English translator. In this research book, Charles Eisenstein describes how the quantification of the natural world leads to a lack of integration and our fight mentality. He offers a perception that transcends arguments about climate science, and even the focus on warming and greenhouse gas emissions as the primary issue to be handled. He struggles that our love for Life in all its forms is the only power that can carry us towards a future worth living into. His writing offers us a confidence and values system that can hold the breadth of the earth. Eisenstein requests us to listen, to turn off the noise, to look at the beauty, and to listen because the earth is trying to tell us something. To sum it up, Climate–A New Story is an informative book to know about environmental economics.
Open Veins of Latin America
by Eduardo Galeano
317 Pages · 1997 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Open Veins of Latin America is the environmental economics, history of America and growth economic book which discusses the history of America. Eduardo Galeano is the author of this magnificent book. It is a comprehensive book that offers a classical survey of the cultural and social history of America. The development in America is not a one day game as it takes centuries to become the superpower of the world. There are many reasons that make this country to rule the entire world. Democracy is one of the major reasons that organizes the whole country towards success. Eduardo discusses the major terminologies that are concerned with cacao and cotton, gold and silver, hides and wool. Further, share details on the rubber and coffee, copper, nitrates, aluminum ore, manganese, iron, nickel, fruit, and tin. These are the veins that take the country slowly-slowly towards success. He also did the scientific analysis of the things that don’t matter. Eduardo discussed in details about the economics of the country. Today, America has thousands of multinational companies in the world and all of them are bringing millions in the government’s accounts. A must-have book to read for everyone.
Built to Last
by Jim Collins, Jerry I. Porras
368 Pages · 2015 · 7 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies (Good to Great)” is a necessary book for entrepreneurs and the CEO. Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras are the authors of this book. Jim Collins is a student and teacher of what makes great companies tick, and a Socratic advisor to leaders in the business and social sectors. He has written 6 books that have sold in total more than 10 million copies worldwide. In this book, Jim and Jerry describe eighteen long-lasting companies. They examined the companies from beginning to the present day, as midsize companies and as large corporations. The authors provide a tremendous amount of detail on what makes companies, for example, Wal-Mart, Walt Disney, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, stand the test of time. These companies have been active in our lives for generations and they reveal exactly how they have endured, and how they will continue to endure for many generations to come. This book can be applicable to anyone in any field who is looking for lasting success within its organization. Built to Last also filled with numerous examples and organized into a coherent framework of practical concepts that can be applied by managers. All in all, Built to Last is a necessary book for the CEO.