The Economic Challenges of Climate Change

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The Economic Challenges of Climate Change

25.00

April 21, 2018 | Colorado Springs

Climate change is a particularly challenging economic problem – the earth’s atmosphere is a common property resource that eludes efficient market allocation. Moreover, climate change involves other types of market failure: externalities, public goods, uncertainty, income distribution as well as the time value of money and dynamic efficiency.

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This class will use economic tools to both assess climate change and evaluate proposed solutions. Come join us for an economic perspective on what some consider to be one of the most pressing issues facing humankind. Professor Smith is a natural resource and environmental economist well versed in the subject. A mentor teacher will also share some lessons you can bring back to your classroom.

  • Grades: 6-12 Teachers
  • Date: April 21, 2018
  • Location: Colorado Springs, TBD
  • Time:  8:30 am  - 4:30 pm
  • FEE: $25*
  • Optional Credit: ½ UCCS ECON 6310 Graduate Credit Hour, $50. Credit is good for Certificate in Economic Education.** 
  • Faculty: Mark Smith, Ph.D., Colorado College; and mentor teacher Jeff Kenefsky, Cheyenne Mountain High School, Colorado Springs
  • Includes: Light breakfast and lunch
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