This is the instructor's manual for the book "Environmental Economics". The main text is as an introduction to a fast-growing area of economics for economists and non-specialists. It requires no prerequisites and includes the necessary economic concepts (at a principles level) to use the book effectively. Field presents a focused, technically accurate, and carefully illustrated survey of environmental economics devoted to the issues and policy choices facing not only the US, but also those of global importance, with four full chapters dedicated to international coverage. There are comprehensive learning aids including brief summaries, questions for further discussion, and news clippings relating the text to current real world concerns.