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— Feb 17, 2021
The paper evaluates the distributional implications of climate-induced temperature changes on energy demand and energy poverty in Italy.
— Dec 29, 2020
Resources for the Future shares our top 11 articles and podcast episodes from 2020.
— Sep 11, 2020
This new working paper from the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics & the Environment examines flexible payment schedules for solar systems in Sindh, Pakistan. The paper finds that flexibility and adequate planning may help poor households pay their energy bills for sustainable off-grid energy solutions.
— Nov 7, 2019
This paper examines the role of environmental values in social information programs.
— Jul 8, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis can be seen as a wake-up call for our social and financial system to be better prepared for the long-term climate crisis.
— Jun 30, 2020
A study used machine learning methods to estimate the change in concentrations for major pollutants induced by the lockdown in Lombardy, Italy.
Conferences & Panels
— Jun 11, 2019
Launching the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment.
— Jun 27, 2018
The partnership with CMCC was launched at WCERE 2018.
— Jul 14, 2020
Valentina Bosetti discusses how air pollution data in Italy and China can provide lessons for the rest of the world as lockdown orders begin to ease.
— Feb 12, 2019
— Sep 2, 2020
Recent temperatures spikes in Siberia make clear that global warming is already transforming the Arctic.
— Feb 12, 2020
The role of the financial sector in dealing with the consequences of climate change on production activities.