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View Resource Teaching Organic Farming: Resources for Instructors

Over the past 47 years, instructors at the University of California, Santa Cruz have taught organic farming and gardening skills to more then 1,400 apprentices through the UCSC Farm & Garden...
View Resource Center for Sustainable Systems Factsheets

Since 2001 the University of Michigan's Center for Sustainable Systems has developed a growing set of factsheets that cover topics including energy, water, food, waste, buildings, materials, and...
View Resource The Economics of Renewable Energy

This module provides thorough coverage of the issues involved in shifting from dependence on fossil fuels to renewable energy. This module presents: the potential for renewable energy; economic...
View Resource Forests, Agriculture, and Climate: Economics and Policy Issues

Deforestation and agriculture together contribute about 30% of global carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. Policies to reduce emissions and store carbon under REDD (Reduction of...
View Resource Macroeconomic Measurement: Environmental and Social Dimensions

This module, drawn from the sixth chapter of Macroeconomics in Context, presents an overview of innovations in national accounting related to measuring well-being. The module describes satellite...
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