Using economic reasoning, students solve seven mysteries surrounding the tragic reductions in fish populations.
J. Bishop Grewell 09/01/2001
PERC has created a syllabus to aid the inclusion of free market environmental ideas in to traditional environmental economics and policy curricula.
Economics and the Environment: EcoDetectives is a 15-lesson curriculum designed to show how teachers and students can use economic reasoning in efforts to describe and explain environmental problems.
These nine lessons address controversial environmental topics within the agricultural sector and help students understand the incentives facing agricultural decision makers.
This newsletter for students is designed to help them think clearly as they form their opinions about environmental issues.