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Environmental and Technology Policy Options in the Electricity Sector: Interactions and Outcomes
Carolyn Fischer, Richard G. Newell, Louis Preonas
RFF Discussion Paper 13-20 | December 2013
A Retrospective Review of Shale Gas Development in the United States: What Led to the Boom?
Zhongmin Wang, Alan J. Krupnick
RFF Discussion Paper 13-12 | April 2013
Earth Observations and Space Strategy
Molly K. Macauley
Space Strategy in the 21st Century | Eligar Sadeh | New York: Routledge | 2013
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The Next Decade in Forest Health and Policy: A Role for Biotechnology? 
October 3, 2012
Event Type: First Wednesday Seminar
Related Topics: Forests
Fiscal Reform and Climate Protection: Considering a U.S. Carbon Tax 
October 18, 2011
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Climate, Energy, Policy and Analysis
Eighth Annual Hans Landsberg Memorial Lecture with Michael Porter
January 19, 2011
Michael E. Porter, Phil Sharp, Daniel C. Esty, Chad Holliday
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Policy and Analysis
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US Shale Gas Development in Review
The United States has seen rapid recent development of shale gas. What are the factors behind the notable growth in the past decade? And what does it mean for shale gas development elsewhere in the world? RFF scholars Alan Krupnick and Zhongmin Wang examine the history of the US shale gas boom in a new RFF discussion paper.
Upgrading the U.S. Grid - and Beyond
As the nation begins a long-term overhaul of the electricity transmission networks and seeks to move toward wider use of renewable energy, RFF researchers focus on the policy implications, tradeoffs, and potential benefits.
Considering Satellite-Collected Solar Power
Touted as an abundant source of “green” energy by proponents and derided as a sci-fi fantasy by skeptics, capturing solar energy from space has re-entered the global energy discussion. In this RFF Policy Commentary, Molly Macauley and Jhih-Shyang Shih take a closer look at the costs and benefits of satellite-collected solar power.
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