Innovation can close the gap between the low-carbon technologies of today and the low-cost, high performance technologies the world needs.
Economist Frank Ackerman has called the “social cost of carbon” the most important number you never heard of. What is the social cost of carbon, where do the numbers come from, and why should policymakers take care when using them?
Research shows that environmental regulations end up costing far less than both industry and the EPA predict.
What is the Lacey Act and how can companies comply? This fact sheet provides answers to frequently asked questions.
A new Fact Sheet on nutrient trading in the Chesapeake Bay region covers issues such as potential costs and revenues, and how farmers and other stakeholders can benefit.
Payments for ecosystem services are becoming
an increasingly important part of the U.S.
business and regulatory landscape. As programs that provide payments for ecosystem services grow, policy makers will
need to determine how these various payments
should interact with each other.
China’s recent statements and
policy initiatives demonstrate
growing concerns about
energy security, pollution and
the ability to sustain long-term
economic strategies for