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Resources Magazine

Resources is RFF’s flagship magazine, first published in 1959. It highlights feature stories by RFF experts on a variety of environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, and news about ongoing research and public outreach efforts.

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Fall 2010 | Resources 176

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In This Issue

Letter From the Editor

Weekly Policy Commentary: Building Codes and Energy Policy
Grant D. Jacobsen and Matthew J. Kotchen

Expectations, Great and Small As We Move Toward a Low Carbon Future
Phil Sharp

How to Evaluate Domestic Climate Policy Options When Cap and Trade Is Not on the Agenda
Raymond J. Kopp

Cleaner Electricity and Less of It: The Prospects for Reducing CO2 Emissions by Requiring Renewables and Energy Efficiency
Karen L. Palmer

The Return of an Old and Battle-Tested Friend, The Clean Air Act
Nathan Richardson, Arthur Fraas, and Dallas Burtraw

Can a Stew of Power Generation Regulations Clear the Air?
Arthur Fraas, and Randall Lutter

International Climate Finance: The New Reason for Global Climate Gridlock
Nigel Purvis

Is a Carbon Tax the Only Good Climate Policy? Options to Cut CO2 Emissions
Ian W.H. Parry, and Roberton C. Williams III

The Potential Impact on Energy-Intensive Trade-Exposed Industries of Clean Air Act Regulation of GHGs
Richard D. Morgenstern

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Summer 2010 | Resources 175

Welcome: Looking Beyond the Headlines
Phil Sharp

Goings On

When Fuel Taxes No Longer Get the Job Done: The future of transportation finance
Martin Wachs

Connecting Americans to the Great Outdoors
Margaret Walls and Juha Siikamäki

Abundant Natural Gas Could Mean a Paradigm Shift in U.S. Energy Markets and Policy
Stephen P.A. Brown

How Do You Put a Price on Marine Oil Pollution Damages?
James W. Boyd



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Winter/Spring 2010 | Resources 174

Goings On: Report from Copenhagen
Andrew Stevenson and J.W. Anderson

RFF Policy Commentary: Will REDD Really Be Cheap?
Allen Blackman

Taking the Measure of Forest Carbon

Resources For the Future: 2009 Annual Report

Why We Need Accurate Maps of the World's Forests
Daniel Morris, Molly K. Macauley and Roger A. Sedjo

The Future of Trees: Climate Change and the Timber Industry
Roger A. Sedjo


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