- Author:Dieter Helm
- Publisher:Yale University Press (June 23, 2015)
- Pages:296 pages
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The ideas discussed in this short book are important
Much (if not most) of it is due to perverse subsidies, perverse valuation, and consequent perverse policy and development initiatives; this could be fixed. The ideas discussed in this short book are important.
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Renewables-like species-keep on coming, provided we do not drive them towards extinction. Bristling with ideas of immediate global relevance, Helm’s book shifts the parameters of current environmental debate. As inspiring as his trailblazing The Carbon Crunch, this volume will be essential reading for anyone concerned with reversing the headlong destruction of our environment. Vou in. Meer oor die skrywer. Dieter Helm is an economist specialising in utilities, infrastructure, regulation and the environment, and concentrates on the energy, water and transport sectors in Britain and Europe.
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Watch Dieter Helm's talk at our London offices. Economist Dieter Helm discusses why the commonly held view that environmental protection poses obstacles to economic progress is false, and why the environment must be at the very core of economic planning.
Bristling with ideas of immediate global relevance, Helm’s book shifts the parameters of current environmental debate. More about this title. Dieter Helm is an optimist, and we need optimists right now. He believes that there is an answer to the havoc that we are wreaking on the environment, and that answer is to put a value on nature, for its intrinsic worth, its beauty and its economic utility.
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The most detailed discussion is devoted to the Earth, however, since our knowledge about this planet is naturally the most advanced.
Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. The most detailed discussion is devoted to the Earth, however, since our knowledge about this planet is naturally the most advanced. Non-renewables-like oil and gas-can only be used once. Together, they are the foundation that ensures our survival and well-being, and the basis of all economic activity.