Ch 30: AP Science Homework Help: Global Environmental Economics

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The Global Environmental Economics chapter of this AP Environmental Science Homework Help course helps students complete their global environmental economics homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

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  • Identify which concepts are covered on your global environmental economics homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your global environmental economics homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Environmental full cost accounting
  • Natural capital and the environment
  • National income accounts and the environment
  • The economics of pollution
  • World Bank history and goals
  • Tragedy of the commons
  • Global environmental law

4 Lessons in Chapter 30: AP Science Homework Help: Global Environmental Economics
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Environmental Full Cost Accounting: Definition & Example

1. Environmental Full Cost Accounting: Definition & Example

Environmental full-cost accounting is a financial process used to determine the cost of an activity to the economy, environment, public health, and society at large. Explore the definition and examples of environmental full-cost accounting, and discover the benefits and challenges of using the approach in an example.

Economics, Natural Capital & the Environment

2. Economics, Natural Capital & the Environment

Natural Capital, the organisms and resources that have value to society, has significant impact on economics. Explore this concept through examples of resources demonstrating the relationship of the environment and economics.

National Income Accounts and The Environment: Definitions & Limitations

3. National Income Accounts and The Environment: Definitions & Limitations

National income accounts provide data on economic indicators, such as the total amount of monies held in savings accounts or the total amount of monies paid in salaries and wages. Learn the definition of national income accounts such as gross domestic product (GDP), and recognize their limitations. Understand that when assessing economic health, national income accounts may ignore factors such as environmental degradation.

The Economics of Pollution: Marginal Cost of Pollution & Optimum Amount of Pollution

4. The Economics of Pollution: Marginal Cost of Pollution & Optimum Amount of Pollution

The marginal cost of pollution determines the environmental effect per unit produced. Explore the economics of pollution, marginal abatement costs, and the optimum pollution found at the equalization of marginal benefits and costs.

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