This paper describes how a non-profit and a for-profit business helped save one of the last grassland ecosystems in the world.
This working paper from economists John Morehouse and Edward Rubin examines whether coal power plant owners choose locations that reduce their potential exposure to clean air monitoring and regulations.
In this paper, the authors explore Hurricane Maria’s economic effects on native earnings within the Orlando area.
This research-in-focus piece reviews the existing literature that measures the economic impacts of various types of federal land on nearby communities.
In this paper, the authors test whether smaller refiners are actually hurt by the RFS. Learn more about the research here.
Regulators should embrace changes to encourage continued innovation in how consumers both produce and consume the electricity that powers their lives.
Rather than forcing specific technologies on consumers, policymakers should opt for approaches that engage consumer preferences and innovative solutions.
This comment evaluates the likely effects of proposed rule changes on competition in the electricity industry.
Monumental Debate – What Past Reforms of the Antiquities Act Can Teach Us about Current Controversies
This research suggests that past reforms have been effective at limiting executive power to designate large national monuments in western states without increasing the vulnerability of valuable landscapes and artifacts on federal lands.
This research examines the effects of renewable portfolio standards (RPS) on electricity prices. Learn more about the research here.
This research explores the environmental consequences of mandating ethanol in greater detail and makes policy recommendations.