Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Home | Support RFF | Join E-mail List | Contact
RFF Logo
Skip navigation links


Join E-mail List
Please provide your e-mail address to receive periodic newsletters and invitations to public events

Fall | Summer | Spring | Winter




 Back to Top


Fall 1997 | Resources 129Sign up for Resources magazine

New Air Quality: Standards are Tighter But Compliance is Distant
John W. Anderson

Paying to Drive Freely: RFF Surveys Public Attitudes to Congestion Fees
Winston Harrington

Global Trade in Greenhouse Gas Control: Market Merits and Critics' Concerns
Jonathan Wiener

High-Tech Leads to Uptick in U.S. Petroleum Industry

Environmental Policy is the Public's to Make and the Market's to Shape: An Interview with RFF's Chairman of the Board



Back to Top


Summer 1997 | Resources 128

What the Science Says: How We Use It and Abuse It to Make Health and Environmental Policy
James D. Wilson
John W. Anderson

Reducing Carbon Emissions: Interactions with the Tax System Can Raise the Cost
Ian W.H. Parry

The Politics of Protecting Species

The National Parks: Valuing a Treasure as an "Island Free"



Back to Top

Spring 1997 | Resources 127

Energy Trading: The Market's Response to Deregulation
Vito Stagliano
Sarah Emerson

A Framework for Climate Change Policy
Michael A. Toman

Preparing America's Food Safety System for the 21st Century
Michael R. Taylor

Putting a Price on Solid Waste Reduction



Back to Top

Winter 1997 | Resources 126

How Will Congress Review Rulemaking? New Power Could Improve Regulations
Heather L. Ross

Electricity Deregulation and the Consumer

Biodiversity Prospecting: Shopping the Wilds Is Not the Key to Conservation
R. David Simpson

Sound Science, Sound Energy Policy: A Senator Reflects

Voluntary Incentives are No Shortcut to Pollution Abatement 


2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004
2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996

 Back to Main Page

RFF Home | RFF Press: An Imprint of Routledge Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Copyright Notice
1616 P St. NW, Washington, DC 20036 · 202.328.5000 Feedback | Contact Us