Mar 15, 2018|
Timothy J. Sullivan, Charles T. Driscoll, Colin M. Beier, Dallas Burtraw, Ivan J. Fernandez, James N. Galloway, David A. Gay, Christine L. Goodale, Gene E. Likens, Gary M. Lovett, Shaun A. Watmough |
This article highlights past examples of the use of science to document the effectiveness of policy in air quality management in order to inform public discourse.
Ambitious US climate policy will require border adjustments to protect energy-intensive, trade-exposed industries from unfair competition—but formulating policies compatible with obligations under the World Trade Organization has proved challenging.
A new study by RFF Senior Fellows Joshua Linn and Richard Morgenstern finds the dramatic decline in US shale gas prices increased employment in manufacturing and energy-intensive industries much less than previously thought. RFF experts discussed the study’s results. The event also featured comments from industry, environmental, and academic perspectives.
This new book presents a unique framework for evaluating the impacts of a range of climate policy options in the United States, for both the economy overall and particular household groups, industries, and regions.