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Conduct economic analysis related to environmental protection and use of the natural environment, such as water, air, land, and renewable energy resources. Evaluate and quantify benefits, costs, incentives, and impacts of alternative options using economic principles and statistical techniques.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 19-3011.01
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Environmental Economists”.
Also Known As…
- Environmental Economists
- Senior Economist
- Resource Economist
- Principal Research Economist
- Principal Associate
- Natural Resource Economist
- Environmental Economist
- Marine Resource Economist
- Environmental Protection Economist
- Ecological Economist
- Agricultural Economist
Tasks for “Energy Economist”
- Write research proposals and grant applications to obtain private or public funding for environmental and economic studies.
- Examine the exhaustibility of natural resources or the long-term costs of environmental rehabilitation.
- Develop economic models, forecasts, or scenarios to predict future economic and environmental outcomes.
- Conduct research on economic and environmental topics, such as alternative fuel use, public and private land use, soil conservation, air and water pollution control, and endangered species protection.
- Monitor or analyze market and environmental trends.
- Write social, legal, or economic impact statements to inform decision-makers for natural resource policies, standards, or programs.
- Develop systems for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting environmental and economic data.
- Develop environmental research project plans, including information on budgets, goals, deliverables, timelines, and resource requirements.
- Interpret indicators to ascertain the overall health of an environment.
- Collect and analyze data to compare the environmental implications of economic policy or practice alternatives.
- Write technical documents or academic articles to communicate study results or economic forecasts.
- Demonstrate or promote the economic benefits of sound environmental regulations.
- Develop programs or policy recommendations to promote sustainability and sustainable development.
- Conduct research to study the relationships among environmental problems and patterns of economic production and consumption.
- Perform complex, dynamic, and integrated mathematical modeling of ecological, environmental, or economic systems.
- Assess the costs and benefits of various activities, policies, or regulations that affect the environment or natural resource stocks.
- Identify and recommend environmentally-friendly business practices.
- Prepare and deliver presentations to communicate economic and environmental study results, to present policy recommendations, or to raise awareness of environmental consequences.
- Develop programs or policy recommendations to achieve environmental goals in cost-effective ways.
Related Technology & Tools
- Computer data input scanners
- 10-key calculators
- Personal computers
- Laptop computers
- Desktop computers
- Mainframe computers
- Microsoft Excel
- Web browser software
- Microsoft Office
- Microsoft Visual Basic
- Aptech Systems GAUSS
- StataCorp Stata
- ESRI ArcGIS software
- Microsoft Access
- Insightful S-PLUS
- Microsoft Word
- Camfit Data Limited Microfit
- Estima Regression Analysis of Time Series RATS
- Econometric Software LIMDEP
- Quantitative Micro Software EViews
- Global Insight AREMOS
- Microsoft Outlook
- Wolfram Research Mathematica
- Formula translation/translator FORTRAN
- General algebraic modeling system GAMS
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- The MathWorks MATLAB