This book is designed for those scholars, students, policy-makers - or just curious readers- who are looking for heterodox thinking on the issue of environmental economics and policy. Contributions to this book draw on multiple streams of institutional and evolutionary economics and help build an approach to environmental policy that radically diverges from mainstream prescriptions. No 'silver bullet' solutions emerge from the analyses. Even market-based tools - such as green taxes or tradable pollution permits - are bound to fail if they are not incorporated into an integrated, multi-dimensional and multi-actor policy for structural change.

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