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Summer 2007 | Resources 166

Black and White- and Green All OverSign up for Resources magazine
Philip R. Sharp

Goings On

Should We Abandon Cap and Trade in Favor of a CO2 Tax?
Ian W.H. Parry

Mending our Food Safety Net?
Sandra A. Hoffman

From Oilfields to Energy Farms
Roger A. Sedjo

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Spring 2007 | Resources 165

Natural Resource Economics and Policy in the 21st Century: Conservation of Ecosystem Services
James N. Sanchirico
Juha V. Siikamaki

Economics, Habitats and Biological Populations: Finding the Right Value
James N. Sanchirico
Peter Mumby

How People Value What Nature Provides
Alan J. Krupnick
Juha V. Siikamaki

The Florida Ranchlands Environmental Services Project: Field Testing a Pay-for- Environmental Services Program
Sarah Lynch
Leonard Shabman

Payments for Ecosystem Services: Why Precision and Targeting Matter
Francisco Alpizar
Allen Blackman
Alex Pfaff

New Opportunities to "See" Our Environmental Relationships
William B. Gail
Molly K. Macauley
Shalini Vajjhala

The Endpoint Problem
James W. Boyd

Global Climate Policy Updates

EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson Calls for "Holistic Approach" to Environmental Economics

The Frontiers of Environmental Economics

Modeling Growth for the Nation's Capital: A Work in Transit

Antibiotic Effectiveness: Managing a Common Resource 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter 2007 | Resources 164

Thomas Schelling: Developing Countries Will Suffer Most from Global Warming
Resources for the Future

Managing Fish Portfolios
James N. Sanchirico
Martin D. Smith
Douglas W. Lipton

Siting Difficulty and Renewable Energy Development: A Case of Gridlock
Shalini Vajjhala

Are Forests Making a Comeback? New Findings Suggest Optimism on Global Outlook
Roger A. Sedjo
Pekka E. Kauppi
Jesse Ausubel

How Well Do Voluntary Environmental Programs Really Work?
Richard D. Morgenstern
William A. Pizer

Getting off Oil
Heather L. Ross

Inside RFF
Dod Fraser

Annual Report 2006 

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