Today’s agricultural policies must promote adequate food supply while accounting for food safety and sustainability concerns, among others. Researchers at RFF examine challenges posed by climate change; social and economic impacts of agricultural land use; and issues at the intersection of energy markets, agriculture, and water resources.
Working Paper — Jun 27, 2019
Market-Based Methods for Monetizing Uncertainty Reduction: A Case Study
A market-based method to quantify the societal value of Soil Moisture Active Passive mission information.
Report — May 21, 2019
Reducing Impacts of Food Loss and Waste
A report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Committee on Reducing Food Loss and Waste
Journal Article — Jul 10, 2018
Estimating the Impact of Drought on Agriculture Using the U.S. Drought Monitor
Workshop/Seminar — Dec 6, 2017
The Future of Agriculture: Rebounding Nature
The National Museum of Natural History and Resources for the Future invite you to join Jesse Ausubel, Director and Senior Research Associate of the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University, for a look into the future as he explores how precision agriculture and better sources of food and fuel can benefit the natural world.
Workshop/Seminar — Feb 19, 2013
Agricultural Biotechnology and the Environment: Perspectives on the Next 10 Years
Panelists at this seminar analyzed how concerns over labeling of food from GM animals may affect the marketing, development, and economic viability of such innovative products.
Workshop/Seminar — Feb 6, 2013
The Media, Science, and Cognition: How We Shape Our Understanding of Environmental Issues
Press Release — May 28, 2019
New Episode of Resources Radio on Biodiversity, Food Security, and Sustainability
Sue Lieberman discusses habitat loss, species extinction, and other threats to biodiversity in this episode of Resources Radio.
Press Release — Apr 9, 2019
New Episode of Resources Radio on the Farm Bill
Press Release — Mar 12, 2019