This text on urban and environmental economics introduces economics to the interlocking paradigms of both urban and environmental issues. Disciplines of both urban economics and environmental economics have often tended to take a separate and insular view from each other – it is one intention of this book to unify such thinking as well as extending thought into this field.Whilst doing this, the text more pragmatically demonstrates what urban and environmental economics entails within theory, concepts and practice. Furthermore, an introduction of techniques and tools within the subject will be outlined for the reader to use within both research and further studies.