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Subtopic: Liability 5 items found
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Voluntary Brownfields Certification Programs and Property Values
Many studies of brownfields highlight the benefits of cleanup to the site itself. RFF Fellow Joshua Linn looks at the effects of voluntary certification programs on neighboring property values.
Who Bears the Long-Term Costs of Stricter Anti-Spill Policy?
It's not who you think, according to RFF Senior Fellow Timothy Brennan. In a new policy brief, he explains that the long-term costs of ratcheting up liability for oil spills like the recent tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico will be borne not primarily by companies involved in oil exploration.
A Primer on Oil Spill Liability Law
A complex landscape of damage costs, laws, and private and public interests will determine who pays, when, and how much.
Using Ecosystem Damages in Oil Spill Liability
Assessments of ecological damage would help put a price tag on the gulf coast oil spill, but scientific barriers may ground such efforts.
Liability in the Space Business
If a privately owned rocket falls to the ground after being launched under government auspices, who pays for the damages? The answer to that question, which will influence the development of future commercial space enterprises, is explored by RFF researchers in a new discussion paper.
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