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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
Edward B. Barbier
University Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics and Senior Scholar, School of Global Environmental Sustainability
Land to Sea: integrated modelling of consequences of terrestrial activities and climate change for freshwater and coastal marine biodiversity and ecosystem services
The Economics and Ecology of the Risk of invasive Plant Establishment from the Horticultural Trade in North America
The Ecology and Economics of Commercialization when Plants Carry a Risk of becoming Invasive
Water Scarcity and Economic Growth in Wyoming
Economic Analysis of Upstream-Downstream Water Allocation in Developing Countries
Initiative on Population, Consumption and the Environment: Demographic and Economic Factors Determining Coastal Land Conversion Into Commercial Shrimp Farms, Thailand.
Land Degradation, Less Favored Lands and the Rural Poor: A Spatial and Economic Analysis, A Report for the Economics of Land Degradation Initiative
Natural Capital and Wealth in the 21st Century - Online Technical Appendices
Building a Greener Recovery: Lessons from the Great Recession
Yale University Press
Aquacast Aquarium of the Pacific
US Election Special: Ed Barbier, Distinguished Professor of Economics, Colorado State University, Green is the New Finance Podcast, Green Finance Institute.
The Coronavirus Recovery Needs a Green New Deal
No, The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Saving the Environment
Where did the Green New Deal come from?
Media Interviews & Talks
Blog Posts and Commentaries
Google Scholar Page