Winter 2016 / Magazine Issues
Issue 191: Clearing the Air: Policies to Meet the New US Ozone Standard
In this issue, RFF researchers consider the impacts of biofuel mandates on food prices and emissions, dam construction on international rivers, and how market-based policies help meet the tighter US ozone limit.
Articles in this issue
Dam Construction on International Rivers
Clearing the Air: How Market-Based Policies Help Meet the Tighter US Ozone Limit
How Climate Change Affects Traffic Accidents
Are We Becoming Greener? Trends in Environmental Desire
Global Benefit–Cost Analysis in US Climate Policy: Heresy or Evolutionary Logic?
A Look at 35 Years of Flood Insurance Claims
From the President: Building on Success in Paris
Infographic: Exploring the Water–Energy Nexus: Water Use for Fossil Fuel Extraction and Processing
Goings On: Highlights from Recent Events at RFF
Commentary: Does Bicycle Infrastructure Reduce Traffic Congestion?
The Real Costs and Benefits of Federal Regulations: An Interview with Richard Morgenstern
Inside RFF: RFF Announces Research Chairs, Welcomes New Fellow, and Remembers Wallace E. Oates
Why I Support RFF: An Economically Sensible Energy Transition
The Impacts of Biofuel Mandates on Food Prices and Emissions