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Does Information Provision Shrink the Energy Efficiency Gap? A Cross-City Comparison of Commercial Building Benchmarking and Disclosure Laws
Karen L. Palmer, Margaret A. Walls
RFF Discussion Paper 15-12 | April 2015
 
A Proximate Mirror: Greenhouse Gas Rules and Strategic Behavior under the US Clean Air Act
Dallas Burtraw, Karen L. Palmer, Sophie Pan, Anthony Paul
RFF Discussion Paper 15-02 | March 2015
 
EPA’s New Source Review Program: Evidence on Processing Time, 2002–2014
Arthur G. Fraas, Mike Neuner, Peter Vail
RFF Discussion Paper 15-04 | February 2015
 
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Whither Markets for Environmental Regulation?
This article from the latest issue of Resources magazine covers the highlights from an RFF policy symposium where researchers drew lessons from attempts to incorporate market-based approaches in the regulation of air pollution, water quality, and land development.
US Shale Gas Development in Review
The United States has seen rapid recent development of shale gas. What are the factors behind the notable growth in the past decade? And what does it mean for shale gas development elsewhere in the world? RFF scholars Alan Krupnick and Zhongmin Wang examine the history of the US shale gas boom in a new RFF discussion paper.
Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Analysis Deconstructed: Changing Assumptions, Changing Results
EPA regulations on mercury and other air pollutants currently under review are the subject of much debate for their potential costs and impacts on the electricity industry. In a new discussion paper, a team of RFF experts examines the assumptions behind several studies that have analyzed the potential effects of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, finding that the impacts may be less rigid and less uncertain than suggested by some models.
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