The Road Ahead: Informing the Next Generation of Energy and Climate Policies
Resources for the Future and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's closing session of the Energy Research Insights for Decisionmaking conference.
Resources for the Future and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation held the Energy Research Insights for Decisionmaking conference, in which a panel of distinguished energy and climate journalists will share their deep experience in tracking energy and climate policy developments. Given transitions in both the federal and state governments, what insights will a new crop of decisionmakers need?
When: Friday, November 30, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Lunch from 11:30 a.m.
Where: Carnegie Institution for Science; 1530 P St. NW, Washington, DC
- Amy Harder, Energy Reporter, Axios
- Evan Lehmann, Climatewire Editor, E&E News
- Robinson Meyer, Staff Writer, The Atlantic
- Richard Newell, President, Resources for the Future
Follow the conversation during the event using #ERID2018.
Working Paper — Nov 20, 2023
Daily Temperature and Sales of Energy-using Durables
This working paper from the European Institute on Economics and the Environment examines whether temperature and other weather variables affect sales of dryers and air conditioning units.
Media Highlight — Nov 10, 2023
Energy Evolution: “Fighting Climate Change with Carbon Offsets and Fossil Fuel Retirement Credits”
RFF Fellow Brian Prest is a guest on an S&P Global podcast episode about how carbon offset markets and oil and gas retirement credits and help serve decarbonization efforts.
Press Release — Nov 9, 2023
Adding an Emissions Cap to the Inflation Reduction Act Could Create More Cost-Effective, Certain Emissions Reductions
New RFF modeling shows that a federal cap on power-sector emissions could carry the United States to its power-sector emissions goal, and that such a cap would be less expensive for emitters and households than it would have been otherwise.