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Second Environmental Economics Round Table Proceedings

Convened by Senator Robert Hill, Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Canberra, 5 July 2000
Environmental Economics Research Paper No. 7
© Commonwealth of Australia, 2000
ISBN 0 642 19485 8

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Opening Address
– Senator Robert Hill

Session 1 – Plenary address on environment and economics

Keynote Address
– Amory Lovins

Discussion

Session 2 – Environmental management systems to help achieve an ecologically sustainable economy

Paper 1
How to make marginal improvements into steps towards sustainability
– Emil Hast, Jonas Oldmark, Magnus Huss, André Heinz, Karl-Henrik Robèrt

Paper 2
Visions, Management Tools and Emerging Issues Towards an Eco-Efficient and Sustainable Enterprise
– Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment & Energy, Eco-Efficiency & Sustainable Enterprises Team,
Presented by Hartmut Stiller

Paper 3
Address by Paul D’Arcy

Discussion

Session 3 – Economic instruments and taxation measures for natural resource management

Paper 4
The role of Government, the private sector and the community
– Neil Byron

Paper 5
Roles for and Effects of Pollution Taxes
– John Freebairn

Paper 6
Policy mechanism selection for environmental management
– Gary Stoneham

Paper 7
Opportunities to Improve Resource and Environmental Management
– Mike Young

Discussion

Background Paper
Developments in the Design and Use of Economic Instruments Since 1997
– Simon Gordon and Steve Hatfield Dodds, Environmental Economics Unit, Environment Australia