The following print sources can be found on University Libraries' reference shelves. These books are for library use only and provide definitions and foundational information in economics and environmental issues. Each title is linked to the book’s catalog listing on University Libraries' website.
A short entry dictionary style resource defining environmental economics, science, and policy terms. Also included are an annotated reference list and three essays: “Economics for the Environment,” “International Environmental Problems,” and “Environmental Systems, Dynamics and Modeling.”
Combines concepts from the fields of environmental studies and sociology as the lines between these disciplines are blurring. Around 1200 entries are arranged alphabetically in 5 volumes covering key individuals, polices, problems, processes, and theoretical concepts.
Entries include economic terms, key people in economics, theories, and specialized terms relating such as global and environmental economic terminology. Current economic research and methods are included as well as results of previous methods. Each entry is followed by a bibliography.