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Resources is RFF’s flagship magazine, first published in 1959. It highlights feature stories by RFF experts on a variety of environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, and news about ongoing research and public outreach efforts.

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2013 | Resources 184


Embracing Collaboration to Improve Environmental and Natural Resource Policy

Phil Sharp

CAFE: Past, Current, and Proposed New Standards

Goings On
Highlights of RFF's Recent Contributions to Shaping Environmental Policy

Policy Commentary
Leading on Climate Policy: The Experiences of California and Sweden

Dallas Burtraw, Daniel F. Morris, and Lars Zetterberg

Q & A
Florida Ranchlands: An Experiment in Paying for Environmental Services: An Interview with Leonard Shabman

Inside RFF


Regulating Emissions from Bioenergy: What Life-Cycle Assessments Tell Us
Roger Sedjo

Evaluating New Approaches to Increase Funding for State Parks
Margaret A. Walls

The Endangered Species Act at 40: New Tools for Conservation
Lynn Scarlett, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, and Matthew McKinney

Designing a Fair Carbon Tax
Daniel F. Morris and Clayton Munnings

How Electric Cars Can Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Joshua Linn and Virginia McConnell

The National Flood Insurance Program: Directions for Reform
Carolyn Kousky 

2013 | Resources Digital Issue

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Best of the Blog

Goings On
A Year in Review

What the President's Climate Plan Means for Natural Gas
Alan J. Krupnick

Q & A
Preserving Blue Carbon to Limit Global Climate Change: An Interview with Juha Siikamäki

Inside RFF Press


Protecting Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services on Private Land: A Comparison of Three US Policies
Margaret A. Walls and Anne Riddle

Energy Independence—What Then?
Joel Darmstadter and Roger Sedjo

Considering a US Carbon Tax: Frequently Asked Questions

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2013 | Resources 183


Managing Risk—and Abundance

Phil Sharp

Hurricane Sandy and the National Flood Insurance

Goings On
Highlights of RFF’s Recent Contributions to Shaping Environmental Policy

Policy Commentary
The Limits of a Gasoline Tax

Margaret A. Walls

Q & A
Connecting International Climate Agreements and Domestic Actions: An Interview with Takashi Hattori

Inside RFF


Crowdsourcing Environmental Science and Reporting

The Obligations of Environmental Stewardship

Green Infrastructure: Investing in Nature to Build Safer Communities
Anna Brittain

The Controversy over US Coal Exports
Joel Darmstadter

How Should Benefits and Costs Be Discounted in an Intergenerational Context?
Maureen Cropper

Whither Markets for Environmental Regulation?
Dallas Burtraw, Art Fraas, Margaret A. Walls, and Len Shabman

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2013 | Resources 182


Looking Ahead to Inform Policy

Phil Sharp

Shale Gas: Twelve Pathways to Dialogue

Goings On
Highlights of RFF’s Recent Contributions to Shaping Environmental Policy

Policy Commentary
Population and Sustainability

Warren C. Robinson

Q & A
How a Clean Energy Standard Works: An Interview with Anthony Paul

Inside RFF


Will Biotech Help Bring Back the American Chestnut?
Juha Siikamäki

Options for US Climate Policy
Pete Nelson and Kristin Hayes

Ensuring Competitiveness under a US Carbon Tax
Carolyn Fischer, Richard Morgenstern, and Nathan Richardson

Taxing Carbon: Potential Deficit and Emissions Reductions
Roberton C. Williams III

The Institutional Blind Spot in Environmental Economics
Dallas Burtraw

Inequality and Environmental Policy
Joseph E. Stiglitz

The Limits to Ingenuity: Innovation as a Response to Ecological Loss
James Boyd

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