From the publisher:
This book identifies current law and regulation that applies to geologic sequestration in the U.S., the regulatory needs to ensure that geologic sequestration is carried out safely and effectively, and barriers that current law and regulation present to timely deployment of CCS. The authors operationalize their recommendations in legislative language, which is of particular use to policymakers faced with the challenge of addressing climate change and energy.
RFF Live — Jul 7, 2022
Climate Change and the Supreme Court: West Virginia v. EPA
A conversation on the recent Supreme Court decision and its consequences for emissions regulation and climate change efforts
Common Resources — Jun 23, 2022
Income Inequality Is a Key Driver of Decreased Residential Electricity Consumption
New research shows that rising income inequality has been just as influential as energy-efficiency programs in reducing electricity consumption.
Working Paper — Jun 23, 2022
Rising US Income Inequality and Declining Residential Electricity Consumption: Is There a Link?
This paper examines the effects of rising income inequality on residential electricity use, finding that climate and air quality improvements valued at $3.14 billion in 2020 due to lower electricity consumption.