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Efficiency Costs of Social Objectives in Tradable Permit Programs
Kailin M. Kroetz, James N. Sanchirico, Daniel K. Lew
RFF Discussion Paper 14-32 | March 2015
The Role of Incentives for Sustainable Implementation of Marine Protected Areas: An Example from Tanzania
Elizabeth J.Z. Robinson, Heidi J. Albers, Stephen L. Kirama
RFF Discussion Paper EfD 12-03 | February 2012
Rising Sea Levels and Coastal Erosion: Policy options to Help Commmunities Adapt
James N. Sanchirico
Resources | Summer 2011 (178)
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Subtopic: Oceans 
The Census of Marine Life 
October 4, 2011
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Ecosystems, Water
Societal, Environmental Implications of Alt. Agricultural Futures 
June 15, 2007
Don Scavia, University of Michigan; Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan; Mary Santleman, Oregon State University; Scott Faber, Farm Policy Campaign Director, Environmental Defense
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Ecosystems, Food and Agriculture
Offshore Oversight: How Deep Is the Regulatory Ocean?
The 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster called attention to the need for revamped and strengthened oversight to reduce the risk of blowouts and other catastrophes on offshore rigs. A recent RFF discussion paper provides an initial baseline assessment of current enforcement efforts.
New RFF Studies Released on Oil Spill Investigation
In a special series, RFF examines a variety of issues related to the aftermath of the BP oil spill, ranging from risk assessment to safety procedures, and from costs to containment. Seven papers, prepared for the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, are now available here.
How Do You Put a Price on Ecological Damage from Marine Oil Pollution?
In the aftermath of the Gulf oil spill, attempts will be made to put an economic value on the ecological damage caused. How will this be done, and can we do a better job than in the past?
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