It is widely accepted that traditional economic measures such as gross domestic product (GDP) do not account for the value of many of nature’s products and services, despite their role in the broader economy. Experts at RFF have advocated for the development of a “green GDP” to address this gap. One key research question is how to define the economically appropriate ecological units of account.
Workshops & Seminars — May 6, 2013
Responding to Ecological Loss: The Promise and Limits of Ingenuity
When are innovation and ingenuity likely to help solve ecological problems? RFF assembled a distinguished and diverse group of historians, ecologists, economists, psychologists, and entrepreneurs to elaborate on these questions and to begin to develop some answers.
Workshops & Seminars — Feb 6, 2013
The Media, Science, and Cognition: How We Shape Our Understanding of Environmental Issues
Workshops & Seminars — Oct 3, 2007