Spring/Summer 2015 / Magazine Issues
Issue 189: Development and Conservation in the Alaskan Arctic
In this issue, articles by former deputy secretary of the Interior David J. Hayes and Carol Lloyd of the National Petroleum Council explore how we balance development of fishing, shipping, oil and gas exploration in the US arctic with protection of the Arctic’s pristine environmental assets, while ensuring that local communities reap the benefits.
Articles in this issue
The Road to Paris and Beyond: Comparing Emissions Mitigation Efforts
America's Awakening as an Arctic Nation
The Promise of US Arctic Oil & Gas Potential
Complying with EPA's Clean Power Plan: Policy Options for States
Falling Oil Prices: Implications in the United States
Welcome: On the Frontiers of Climate Policy
Infographic: Pits versus Tanks: Comparing Storage Methods for Fluids Used in Fracking
Goings On: Highlights from Recent Events at RFF
Commentary: Getting Past the “Yuck” Factor: Recycled Water in Florida and Other States
A View of the Environmental Policy Landscape from Outside the Beltway: An Interview with Paul Portney
Inside RFF: A Look at What’s Happening
Should We Price Carbon from Federal Coal?