James Boyd and Tim Brennan
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Dec. 28, 2005
— Oct 16, 2017
Inability to rely on energy-only markets need not mean that DOE must specify resources to address intermittency.
— Jul 8, 2021
Two RFF researchers coauthor this journal article evaluating the effect of temperature due to global warming on GDP.
— Jun 21, 2021
Decentralized forest management is often considered to be a valuable tool for ecological and socioeconomic advancement within developing nations. However, recent work has shown that its effectiveness is highly dependent on the quality of local governance.