The Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Increased US Oil and Gas Production
The Future of Carbon Pricing
Coming up on March 6, RFF discusses the opportunities and challenges facing carbon pricing during the next few years. RSVP today.
Our new podcast series explores timely environmental, energy, and natural resource topics.
2019 Summer Research Internship Program
RFF is offering 13 different summer internship opportunities, covering topics like energy savings, invasive species, and satellite data.
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Energy and Climate
Analyzing policies to monitor and improve air quality
Informing the design and examining the impacts of carbon pricing
Future of Power
Balancing electricity demand with the need to reduce carbon emissions
Oil and Gas
Exploring the economic and environmental impacts of the oil and gas sector
Social Cost of Carbon
Improving the science behind estimating the social cost of carbon
Understanding the costs, benefits, and consequences of transportation policies
Land, Water, and Nature
Examining the threats posed to the diversity of species
Earth Observations and Space
Quantifying the benefits of earth observations
Evaluating global fisheries management programs and policies
Evaluating regional forest management policies, considering costs and goals
Examining the way natural, rural, and urban land is used and managed
Informing effective water management policies, from water rights to quality
RFF-CMCC European Institute for Economics & the Environment
The Institute is a central focal point for research and policy solutions within Europe.
We're working with NASA to quantify the benefits of Earth observations.
Environment for Development
Our partnership with leading institutions in Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America is helping to build local capacity in environmental economics.
Published since 1959, Resources publishes breakthrough environmental, energy, and natural resource ideas.
Resources magazine offers timely analysis on pressing questions related to economics and the environment.
Each week we talk to leading experts about climate change, electricity, ecosystems, and more, making the latest research accessible to everyone.
From the Archives
Articles from historic Resources issues, dating back to 1959.