Watch: RFF's Policy Leadership Series with The Honorable Mary Landrieu
Register Now—Exploring Green Public Procurement for Natural Gas, Cement, and Steel
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
Build Your Own Carbon Pricing Proposal
Our carbon pricing calculator can compare Congressional proposals and custom bills—now with a state-by-state breakdown of impacts.
New Board Members Join RFF
RFF is pleased to announce that Jim Connaughton, Glenn Hubbard, and Barbara Kates-Garnick have joined its Board of Directors.
Resources for the Future improves environmental, energy, and natural resource decisions through impartial economic research and policy engagement.
Informing the design and examining the impacts of carbon pricing policies
Evaluating regional forest management policies, considering costs and goals
Future of Power
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
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.
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 205: The Climate Insights 2020 Survey
Issue 205 of RFF's Resources magazine highlights the most recent climate survey from RFF, Stanford University, and ReconMR—along with other research from RFF scholars.
Common Resources — Nov 23, 2020
“Green” Bonds: Potential for the Marketplace to Reflect the Value of Environmental Goods
Research from RFF’s Richard Bernknopf indicates that, in contrast to the implications of a new Labor Department rule, incorporating “green” bonds into the market offers financial benefits that are worth considering.
Resources Radio — Nov 24, 2020
Getting Goods through the Circular Economy, with Apala Mukherjee
Apala Mukherjee describes how companies can navigate the complexities of recycling and create sustainable products for consumers.