These notes are supposed to reduce your burden of note-taking so that you can concentrate on listening to the lectures. They are highlights of what I will go through in the lectures, but I typically cover more. You are encouraged to review these notes before class, and come to the lectures with questions and observations.
The notes are organized around topics. They may not correspond to the actual lecture schedule.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Economics of the Environment
Chapter 3: Market Failures
Chapter 4: Cost Benefit Analysis
Chapter 5: Resource: Theory
Chapter 6: Energy Resources
Chapter 7: Water
Chapter 8: Forestry
Chapter 9: Fishery
Chapter 10: Economics of Pollution Control
Chapter 11: Stationary-source Local
Chapter 12: Global Pollutants