Land, Water, and Nature
Our Land, Water, and Nature Program works to build healthy and productive natural systems that are resilient to a changing climate and support a thriving economy.
Conserving the Climate: Scaling-up Global Markets for Forest Carbon
Defining the Economic Scope for Ecosystem-Based Fishery Management
Network analysis shows changes in Alaska’s marine fisheries following the implementation of catch share programs beyond the targeted catch-share fishery, spotlighting the risk of unintended spillover effects in implementing fisheries policies.
Testimony and Public Comments
Public Comments on “Options for Implementation of a Statewide Low-Income Water Rate Assistance Program”
Workshops & Seminars
Measuring the Cost
Exploring the Impacts of Water Pollution
Understanding the Benefits of Observing Earth from Space
RFF Fellow Yusuke Kuwayama introduced RFF’s Consortium for the Valuation of Applications Benefits Linked with Earth Science (VALUABLES), a cooperative agreement between RFF and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Workshops & Seminars
Disasters, Resilience, and the "Cure" for Catastrophe
At this RFF event, Robert Muir-Wood, chief research officer of Risk Management Solutions and author of The Cure for Catastrophe: How We Can Stop Manufacturing Natural Disasters, explored the human causes of disaster and the new technologies and policy tools available to minimize their impact.
Examining the threats posed to the diversity of species
Disasters, Resilience, and Adaptation
Building resilience and adapting to a changing world
Earth Observations and Space
Quantifying the benefits of earth observations
Developing environmental management solutions that account for the benefits of natural systems
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