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CLEAN WATER ACT
Publications
Water Resources and Unconventional Fossil Fuel Development: Linking Physical Impacts to Social Costs
Yusuke Kuwayama , Sheila M. Olmstead, Alan J. Krupnick
RFF Discussion Paper 13-34 | November 2013
 
Finding Sensitivity to Scope in Nonmarket Valuation
Juha V. Siikamaki and Douglas M. Larson
Journal of Applied Econometrics | forthcoming
 
Land Use Policies in the United States for Protecting Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Margaret Walls and Anne Riddle
Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, Vol. 3 | J.F. Shogren, ed. | Amsterdam: Elsevier | 2013
 
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Events
Subtopic: Clean water act 
Regulatory Impacts on the US Electricity Sector: A Modeling Workshop 
July 19, 2012
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Electricity, Policy and Analysis
 
Coming Clean: An Economic Perspective on Water Quality Policy  
June 2, 2010
Event Type: First Wednesday Seminar
Related Topics: Water, Policy and Analysis
 
Societal, Environmental Implications of Alt. Agricultural Futures 
June 15, 2007
Don Scavia, University of Michigan; Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan; Mary Santleman, Oregon State University; Scott Faber, Farm Policy Campaign Director, Environmental Defense
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Ecosystems, Food and Agriculture
 
  
Features
Event: The Economics of Clean Water
At the June First Wednesday Seminar, expert panelists shared their perspectives on U.S. water quality regulation and the role of cost-benfit and risk analysis. Video and slides available.
RFF and the 2010 Gulf Coast Oil Spill
With oil-related energy, liability, and regulatory issues again at the forefront, RFF research on these issues provides context and insight into future implications.
Climate Change in the Developing World
Rosina Bierbaum says developing countries can’t afford to ignore climate change, and developed nations must aid poorer nations with financing and technology. The three essentials: Act now, act together, and act differently.
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