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Why Do We Recycle?: Markets, Values, and Public Policy - Frank Ackerman
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The earnest warnings of an impending "solid waste crisis" that permeated the 1980s provided the impetus for the widespread adoption of municipal recycling programs. Since that time America has witnessed a remarkable rise in public participation in recycling activities, including curbside collection, drop-off centers, and commercial and office programs. Recently, however, a backlash against these programs has developed. A vocal group of "anti- recyclers" has appeared, arguing that The earnest warnings of an impending "solid waste crisis" that permeated the 1980s provided the impetus for the widespread adoption of municipal recycling programs. Since that time America has witnessed a remarkable rise in public participation in recycling activities, including curbside collection, drop-off centers, and commercial and office programs. Recently, however, a backlash against these programs has developed. A vocal group of "anti- recyclers" has appeared, arguing that recycling is not an economically efficient strategy for addressing waste management problems. In Why Do We Recycle? Frank Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. Based on previously unpublished research conducted by the Tellus Institute, , a nonprofit environmental research group in Boston, Massachusetts, Ackerman presents an alternative view of the theory of market incentives, challenging the notion that setting appropriate prices and allowing unfettered competition will result in the most efficient level of recycling. Among the topics he considers are: externality issues-unit pricing for waste disposal, effluent taxes, virgin materials subsidies, advance disposal fees the landfill crisis and disposal facility siting container deposit ("bottle bill") legislation environmental issues that fall outside of market theory calculating costs and benefits of municipal recycling programs life-cycle analysis and packaging policy-Germany's "Green Dot" packaging system and producer responsibility the impacts of production in extractive and manufacturing industries composting and organic waste management economics of conservation, and material use and long-term sustainability Ackerman explains why purely economic approaches to recycling are incomplete and argues for a different kind of Textbooks New, Books~~Business & Economics~~Green Business, Why-Do-We-Recycle~~Frank-Ackerman, 999999999, Why Do We Recycle?: Markets, Values, and Public Policy, Frank Ackerman, 1559635053, Island Press, , , , , Island Press

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<p>The earnest warnings of an impending "solid waste crisis" that permeated the 1980s provided the impetus for the widespread adoption of municipal recycling programs. Since that time America has witnessed a remarkable rise in public participation in recycling activities, including curbside collection, drop-off centers, and commercial and office programs. Recently, however, a backlash against these programs has developed. A vocal group of "anti- recyclers" has appeared, arguing that recycling is not an economically efficient strategy for addressing waste management problems.<p>In Why Do We Recycle? Frank Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. Based on previously unpublished research conducted by the Tellus Institute, , a nonprofit environmental research group in Boston, Massachusetts, Ackerman presents an alternative view of the theory of market incentives, challenging the notion that setting appropriate prices and allowing unfettered competition will result in the most efficient level of recycling. Among the topics he considers are: <ul> <li>externality issues-unit pricing for waste disposal, effluent taxes, virgin materials subsidies, advance disposal fees <li>the landfill crisis and disposal facility siting <li>container deposit ("bottle bill") legislation <li>environmental issues that fall outside of market theory <li>calculating costs and benefits of municipal recycling programs <li>life-cycle analysis and packaging policy-Germany's "Green Dot" packaging system and producer responsibility <li>the impacts of production in extractive and manufacturing industries <li>composting and organic waste management <li>economics of conservation, and material use and long-term sustainability </ul> Ackerman explains why purely economic approaches to recycling are incomplete and argues for a different kind of Textbooks New Books ~~ Business & Economics~~ Green Business Why-Do-We-Recycle~~Frank-Ackerman Island Press Here Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. He explains why purely economic approaches are incomplete and argues for a different kind of decision making. The book "is a remarkable blend of the economic and environmental arguments for recycling and waste reduction--essential reading for anyone who wants to understand recycling today". Jerry Powell, editor of "Resource Recycling".

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The earnest warnings of an impending "solid waste crisis" that permeated the 1980s provided the impetus for the widespread adoption of municipal recycling programs. Since that time America has witnessed a remarkable rise in public participation in recycling activities, including curbside collection, drop-off centers, and commercial and office programs. Recently, however, a backlash against these programs has developed. A vocal group of "anti-recyclers" has appeared, arguing that recycling is not an economically efficient strategy for addressing waste management problems.In "Why Do We Recycle?" Frank Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. Based on previously unpublished research conducted by the Tellus Institute, a nonprofit environmental research group in Boston, Massachusetts, Ackerman presents an alternative view of the theory of market incentives, challenging the notion that setting appropriate prices and allowing unfettered competition will result in the most efficient level of recycling. Among the topics he considers are: externality issues -- unit pricing for waste disposal, effluent taxes, virgin materials subsidies, advance disposal fees the landfill crisis and disposal facility siting container deposit ("bottle bill") legislation environmental issues that fall outside of market theory calculating costs and benefits of municipal recycling programs life-cycle analysis and packaging policy -- Germany's "Green Dot" packaging system and producer responsibility the impacts of production in extractive and manufacturing industries composting and organic wastemanagement economics of conservation, and material use and long-term sustainability Ackerman explains why purely economic approaches to recycling are incomplete and argues for a different kind of decisionmaking, one that addresses social issues, future as well as present resource needs, and non-economic values that cannot be translated into dollars and cents.Backed by empirical data and replete with specific examples, the book offers valuable guidance for municipal planners, environmental managers, and policymakers responsible for establishing and implementing recycling programs. It is also an accessible introduction to the subject for faculty, students, and concerned citizens interested in the social, economic, and ethical underpinnings of recycling efforts. Why Do We Recycle?: Markets, Values, and Public Policy Ackerman, Frank, Island Press

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ISLAND PR, 222 Seiten, L=228mm, B=155mm, H=14mm, Gew.=318gr, This Gift Editi. [GR: 27870 - TB/Wirtschaft/Einzelne Wirtschaftszweige], [SW: - Environmental Studies], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Here Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. He explains why purely economic approaches are incomplete and argues for a different kind of decision making. The book "is a remarkable blend of the economic and environmental arguments for recycling and waste reduction--essential reading for anyone who wants to understand recycling today". Jerry Powell, editor of "Resource Recycling". Here Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. He explains why purely economic approaches are incomplete and argues for a different kind of decision making. The book "is a remarkable blend of the economic and environmental arguments for recycling and waste reduction--essential reading for anyone who wants to understand recycling today". Jerry Powell, editor of "Resource Recycling".

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Why Do We Recycle?: Markets, Values, and Public Policy

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9781559635059

Here Ackerman examines the arguments for and against recycling, focusing on the debate surrounding the use of economic mechanisms to determine the value of recycling. He explains why purely economic approaches are incomplete and argues for a different kind of decision making. The book "is a remarkable blend of the economic and environmental arguments for recycling and waste reduction--essential reading for anyone who wants to understand recycling today". Jerry Powell, editor of "Resource Recycling".

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 1559635053
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1996
Herausgeber: ISLAND PR
222 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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