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CLIMATE CHANGE
Publications
Comments to the US Environmental Protection Agency on Its Proposed Clean Power Plan
Dallas Burtraw, Carolyn Fischer, Clayton Munnings, Karen L. Palmer, Anthony Paul, Nathan Richardson, Jhih-Shyang Shih, Roberton C. Williams III
RFF Report | December 2014
 
Assessing the Design of Three Pilot Programs for Carbon Trading in China
Clayton Munnings, Richard D. Morgenstern, Zhongmin Wang, Xu Liu
RFF Discussion Paper 14-36 | October 2014
 
Tropical and Extratropical Cyclone Damages under Climate Change
M. Ranson, C. Kousky, M. Ruth, L. Jantarasami, A. Crimmins, and L. Tarquinio
Climatic Change | September 2014
 
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Features
Connecting International Climate Agreements and Domestic Actions: An Interview with Takashi Hattori
In an interview with Resources magazine, Takashi Hattori, head of the International Energy Agency (IEA)'s Environment and ‪Climate Change‬ Unit, discusses his experiences with climate policy negotiations both internationally and within Japan.
Aligning Carbon Markets: The Case of California and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Incrementally aligning policies in distinct carbon markets—linking by degrees—can allow programs to experience immediate benefits of sharing best practices in program design. A team of experts from RFF and Yale have examined the details and prospects for the cap-and-trade programs in California and the Northeast in this new feature.
Thinking Like an Economist Within the Complex Climate Policy Regime
Building on recent work that highlights the need to account for institutions in crafting economic solutions to environmental problems, RFF scholars Matt Woerman and Dallas Burtraw look specifically to the implementation of climate policy—and how incentive-based thinking can help.
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