PP&D 132 Lecture 1: Applied Sustainability Overview
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Department
Planning, Policy, and Design
Course
PP&D 132
Professor
Richard Matthew
Semester
Spring

Description
lecture 1: overview of applied sustainability 4/3 applied sustainability: focus on optimizing value at intersection of ● …. market failure in economics, externalities - cost/benefit from economic transaction that’s borne/received by parties not directly involved ● positive: external benefits ● negative: external costs imposed on others orbiting space debris ⅔ satellites are space trash space travel = obstacle course applied sustainability - balancing act, optimizing value ; push/pull of regulation vs. innovation ● regulating market, making players do things optimizing value is science + art “visible light” - things we can see, easy to understand things you can’t see is like art - health, productivity, satisfaction (qualitative); price premiums, absorption premiums (quantitative)
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