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close this bookDisaster and the Environment - Trainer's Guide - 2nd edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 74 p.)
close this folderPART 3: MITIGATING ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
View the document22. PART 3: LEARNING OBJECTIVES
View the document23. WHY MITIGATE?
View the document24. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
View the document25. ECONOMIC POLICIES
View the document26. HUMAN-ORIENTED POLICIES
View the document27. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES
View the document28. SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
View the document29. THE EFFECTS OF WAR
View the document30. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
View the document31. SUMMARY - PART 3
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25. ECONOMIC POLICIES


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Discuss proper resource pricing and land reform. Ask participants to give examples from their own experiences regarding wastage of undervalued resources and the effects of unequal or lack of land tenure.

Undervalued resources are often wasted. For example, the fact that clean air has no price may encourage pollution.