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Resources Magazine: 186
Phil Sharp, Joseph E. Aldy, Stephen P.A. Brown, Joel Darmstadter, Raymond J. Kopp, Alan J. Krupnick, Yusuke Kuwayama , Charles Mason, Ping Qin, Margaret A. Walls, Jintao Xu
Resources | 2014 (186)
 
Commentary: Toward a North American Energy Strategy
Raymond J. Kopp, Alan J. Krupnick
Resources | 2014 (186)
 
Blue Skies Ahead for China? An Interview with Mun Ho
Mun Ho
Resources | 2014 (186)
 
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Events
Exploring the Local Impacts of Shale Gas Development  
April 10, 2014
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Energy
 
Considering the Contributions of Forests in the Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions 
January 29, 2014
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Forests
 
Public Attitudes about Climate Change and Clean Energy
January 28, 2014
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Climate, Energy
 
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Features
Whither Markets for Environmental Regulation?
This article from the latest issue of Resources magazine covers the highlights from an RFF policy symposium where researchers drew lessons from attempts to incorporate market-based approaches in the regulation of air pollution, water quality, and land development.
Green Infrastructure: Investing in Nature to Build Safer Communities
A new article in Resources magazine highlights recent work at RFF's Center for the Management of Ecological Wealth, examining how green infrastructure can be a cost-effective substitute for the pipes, dams, levees, and treatment plants traditionally used to control flooding, purify and store water, and reduce urban stormwater runoff.
Resources Magazine: Ensuring Competitiveness under a US Carbon Tax
Tax exemptions, industry rebates, and border tax adjustments can help protect the competitiveness of industries affected by a carbon tax, but they are not equally efficient at achieving economic and environmental goals. In the latest issue of Resources, RFF scholars Carolyn Fischer, Richard Morgenstern, and Nathan Richardson examine the issues.
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