We can use a tree equity score to compare the wealth and health of two communities because of the benefits created by trees.
Your beer consumption can depend on where you live, whether you prefer wine, your country’s traditions, and your income.
Looking for the global side of toilet paper shortages, we can go to Australia or New Jersey, and to toilet paper imports, exports, and tariffs.
Per capita economic growth has a little-known connection to the world’s hundreds of endangered languages that could become extinct.
Whether it’s plastic straw use, energy conservation, or flu vaccinations, governments use nudges to influence our decisions.
Inadequately supported, the food, drink, and entertainment businesses in a city’s night time economy can be a valuable source of economic growth.
Thinking of the 2020 decennial census and a bird count on a South Australian beach, we can cite similar concerns about accuracy and well being.
If your favorite veggie wrap no longer has avocado in it, you can ask your economist to explain avocado prices with supply and demand.