1997

Social Costs and Sustainability

Valuation and Implementation in the Energy and Transport Sector

ISBN: 978-3-642-64372-9 (Print) 978-3-642-60365-5 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X

  2. Social Costs and Sustainability — An Overview

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      Social Costs and Sustainability — an Overview

  3. General Discussion of the Theoretical Relevance and Empirical Evidence of Social Costs

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      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-28

      Externalities Studies: Why are the Numbers Different?

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      Pages 29-43

      Have Recent Studies Rendered Environmental Externality Valuation Irrelevant?

  4. Economic and Ecological Approaches to Sustainable Development

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      Pages 45-45

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      Pages 47-60

      Economic and Ecological Concepts of Sustainable Development: External Costs and Sustainability Indicators

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      Pages 61-83

      Social Costs of Climate Change Strong Sustainability and Social Costs

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      Pages 84-99

      Pressure Indices and Relative Valuation of Environmental Damages

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      Pages 100-118

      Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting

  5. New Valuation Studies on Social Costs Of Energy

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      Pages 119-119

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      Pages 121-136

      External Costs of Fossil Fuel Cycles

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      Pages 137-160

      Quantifying the Risks Of Nuclear Electric Energy

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      Pages 161-175

      The External Costs of Wind Energy — and What They Mean for Energy Policy?

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      Pages 176-183

      External Costs and External Price Addings in the Swiss Energy Sector

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      Pages 184-199

      The Magnitude of Electricity Externalities Through Time

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      Pages 200-231

      Counting the Costs: Scientific Uncertainty and Valuation Perspective in EXMOD

  6. Consideration of Social Costs in Decision Making of Energy Utilities

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      Pages 233-233

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      Pages 235-243

      Least-Cost Planning — An Instrument for Minimization of Social Costs

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      Pages 244-263

      Sustainability and the Valuation of Externalities from Electricity Generation in California

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      Pages 264-285

      The Use of Externality Adders for Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Electric Utility Resource Planning

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      Pages 286-296

      Climate for Climate Change Actions in the U.S.: The New York Experience

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      Pages 297-309

      Competitive Values of Electric Generation Plants in New York Based on Social Costs

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      Pages 310-323

      A Canadian Utility’s Experience in Implementing Sustainable Energy Development, Particularly Through the Use of Full Cost Accounting

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      Pages 324-337

      Environmental Externalities: Analysis and Advocacy

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