Environmental Economist


Environmental economists research the economics of environmental issues such as climate change, renewable energy, construction of new hydroelectric power plants, and pollution control measures. They also explore how economic incentives impact the environment, and how they can be used to create sustainable government policies and environmental solutions.

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