Uncharted Waters: Economics, Water Use, and the Environment

Uncharted Waters: Economics, Water Use, and the Environment is designed to provide insight into the economic aspects of water management.

 The lessons and activities focus on incentives, opportunity cost (illustrated through the diamond/water paradox), property rights, marginal cost/benefit and public choice. In this One Day Uncharted Waters Session, teachers of Economics, science, history, and geography will have the opportunity to discover valuable interactive lectures, discussions, and simulations that can be integrated into their own classroom use.

One Day Seminars qualify for one graduate hour credit in economics from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs for an additional fee. Please see the UCCS Optional Graduate Credit page for further information. 

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