Climate Insights 2020: What Climate Policies Do Americans Support?
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Explore the Climate Insights Survey Data Tool
A new interactive tool provides comprehensive data on American public attitudes toward climate change between 1997 and 2020
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Our carbon pricing calculator can compare Congressional proposals and custom bills—now with a state-by-state breakdown of impacts.
Track Congressional Carbon Pricing Bills
Review the similarities and differences among the nine carbon pricing bills proposed by the 116th Congress.
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Conducting research to inform the ongoing transformation and decarbonization of the electricity sector
Oil and Gas
Exploring the socioeconomic and environmental impacts of oil and gas development
Social Cost of Carbon
Improving the science behind estimating the social cost of carbon
Informing effective water management policies, from water rights to quality
RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics & the Environment
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Scholars at RFF and Stanford University collaborate on the definitive American public opinion surveys on climate change and the environment
Published since 1959, Resources publishes breakthrough environmental, energy, and natural resource ideas.
Issue 204: Looking Back at 50 Years of the Clean Air Act of 1970
Issue 204 of RFF's Resources magazine recognizes the 50th anniversary of the 1970 Clean Air Act amendments, the 50th year of celebrating Earth Day, and the 50th birthday of the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Common Resources — Sep 15, 2020
Equitable Transition to a Low-Emissions Future: Environmental Remediation and Infrastructure
For communities dependent on fossil fuels, an equitable transition will likely include cleaning up a legacy of pollution and investing in new infrastructure.
Resources Radio — Sep 15, 2020
The Environmental Impacts of Digital Technologies, with George Kamiya
George Kamiya explores how simply surfing the web or watching TV causes emissions, and what that means for efforts to address climate change.