RFF Centers and Programs

As part of RFF’s diverse research portfolio, RFF’s centers and programs focus on work in key areas.

RFF’s Center for Energy and Climate Economics (CECE) designs efficient and effective policy options for sustainably developing energy resources and addressing global climate change.

RFF’s Center for the Management of Ecological Wealth (CMEW) helps decisionmakers develop innovative and cost-effective environmental management solutions that account for the benefits of natural systems.

RFF’s Environment for Development Program improves environmental policymaking in developing countries by building local capacity in environmental economics and generating high-caliber, objective, applied research.

RFF’s Forest Economics and Policy Program (FEPP) conducts research and analysis—with a focus on timber supply, wood energy, and global environmental challenges related to forests—to help policymakers understand the underlying economics critical to forest policy.