Identifying the Impacts of Critical Habitat Designation on Land Cover Change
Under the US Endangered Species Act, regulators can confer a critical habitat designation on areas considered vital to the recovery of listed species—a move some say results in considerable economic consequences for landowners. However, an expert assessment of the impacts from 1992 to 2011 finds no significant effect on average.
RFF Live — May 4, 2022
Working Forests: A Path to Climate Solutions
Exploring how working forests can contribute to achieving climate change goals as well as provide a sustainable supply of wood products
Resources Radio — Mar 22, 2022
Fitting Behavior and Politics into Climate Models, with Fran Moore
Fran Moore explores how global trends, human psychology, politics, and inherent uncertainties impact the potential trajectories of climate change.
Resources Magazine — Feb 25, 2022
Forty Years in an Emerging Field: Economics and Environmental Policy in Retrospect
Economics was missing in action during the environmental revolution of the late 1960s, but eventually made its mark on policy. How the discipline became an agent of change in environmental law is a story that isn’t over yet.