Part I: Rights, Preferences and Well-Being.
1. The Economics of Well-Being: A Review of Post Welfarist Economics. (Mohammed Dore).
2. Bequeathing Hazards: Security Rights and Property Rights of Future Humans. (Henry Shue).
3. Non-Use Values and the Limits of Cost Benefit Analysis. (Marc Willinger).
Part II: Equity and Environmental Options.
4. Environmental Uncertainty and Future Generations. (Vercelli).
5. Environmental Option Values: A Critical Assessment. (Marcello Basili and Alexandro Vercelli).
6. Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental Policy Evaluation. (Tony Ward).
Part III: Population and the Environment.
7. The Dynamics of Socio-Environmental Change and the Limits of Neo-Malthusian Environmentalism. (Peter Taylor and Raúl García-Barrios).
8. Population Growth and the State: Reconciling Private Wants and the Public Interest. (Paul Demeny).
Part IV: After RIO: Global Action on Equity and the Environment.
9. Greenhouse Negotiations and the Mirage of Partial Justice. (Erik Schokkaert and Johan Eyckmans).
10. Market-Structuring Regulation and the Ozone Regime: Politics of the Montreal Protocol. (Ronald Herring).
11. Lessons from the Earth Summit: Protecting and Managing Biodiversity in the Tropics (P. S. Ramakrishnan).
Part V: Sectoral Studies of Equity and the Environment.
12. Industrial and Resource Location, Trade and Pollution. (Duane Chapman and Jean Agras and Vivek Suri).
13. Sharing Common Property Resources: The North Atlantic Cod Fishery. (Daniel Gordon and K. K. Klein).
14. Redirecting Energy Policy in the USA to Address Global Warming. (Tim Mount).