Protecting Our National Parks: New Entrance Fees Can Help

America’s national parks have been blessed—and cursed—with an overwhelming number of visitors in recent years.

In Loving Memory of Molly K. Macauley

Water Conservation Policies: Prices versus Restrictions

Mandatory water restrictions can be more effective at inducing residential conservation than price increases.

Ten Recommendations for Plugging the Gaps in Inactive Well Policy

The US landscape is dotted with hundreds of thousands of abandoned oil and gas wells. Improved regulation can help neutralize the environmental and financial threats they pose.

Is Halting the Clean Power Plan Economically Justified?

The Supreme Court’s surprising stay of the Clean Power Plan is unjustifiable based on economic harm to the coal sector.

Goings On: Highlights from Recent Events at RFF

From the President: RFF’s Compelling Future

Q&A: Increasing Flood Insurance Take-Up for Economic Resilience: An Interview with Carolyn Kousky

Lighting Up the Last Mile: The Benefits and Costs of Rural Electrification

The benefits of extending electricity to Philippine villages are so large that the costs are often recovered in one year.

Protecting against Invasive Species: A Risk-Based Approach to Live Plant Inspection

Targeting importers with higher records of infestation can reduce the introduction of invasive species through the international trade of live plants.

Inside RFF: RFF Announces 2016–2017 Fellowship Recipients, Introduces New Fellow

Measuring Fuel Economy and Emissions in the Wake of the VW Diesel Scandal: A Look at US and EU Approaches

Historically, US and EU approaches to regulation have diverged, a trend that continues as the two regions respond to Volkswagen’s high-profile rigging of emissions tests.