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RFF now hosts a weekly podcast called Resources Radio. Check it out at https://soundcloud.com/resourcesradio

Latest Episodes

The Facts on Fracking

RFF’s Daniel Raimi gives a balanced and accessible view of oil and gas development, drawing on both scholarly literature and his travels to every major oil- and gas-producing region in the United States

24 MIN2018 FEB 8
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The Facts on Fracking

Could Outdoor Recreation Benefit from Climate Change?

RFF Fellow Casey Wichman discusses recent research with Nathan Chan on how warm weather days affect outdoor recreation. The study employed a dataset of 27 million bike-share trips within 16 North American cities.

13 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Could Outdoor Recreation Benefit from Climate Change?

Climate Change and the "Confidence Trap"

RFF Senior Fellow Roger Cooke discusses the "confidence trap" and how it distorts the debate about how to respond to the threat of climate change.

17 MIN2017 OCT 15
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Climate Change and the "Confidence Trap"

How Much Would You Pay for a Self-Driving Car? A New Podcast with RFF’s Ben Leard

RFF Fellow Benjamin Leard brings us up to speed on the current state of self-driving car technology and discusses his recent research into how much of a premium consumers are willing to pay for autonomous vehicles.

13 MIN2017 MAY 3
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How Much Would You Pay for a Self-Driving Car? A New Podcast with RFF’s Ben Leard

Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence: A Podcast with RFF’s Alan Krupnick

In this new podcast, Alan J. Krupnick, RFF senior fellow and co-director of RFF’s Center for Energy and Climate Economics, discusses President Trump’s new executive order on energy independence and what it may mean for economic growth.

23 MIN2017 APR 22
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Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence: A Podcast with RFF’s Alan Krupnick

Indigenous Peoples’ Role in Protecting Forests: RFF Fellow Allen Blackman on Land Titling in Latin America

In this new podcast, RFF Senior Fellow Allen Blackman sits down to talk about the granting of titles to indigenous communities in Latin American countries to take over the control of their local forests.

9 MIN2017 APR 4
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Indigenous Peoples’ Role in Protecting Forests: RFF Fellow Allen Blackman on Land Titling in Latin America

What Can States Do to Reduce GHG Emissions from the Transportation Sector? A Podcast with Virginia McConnell

In this podcast, RFF Senior Fellow Virginia McConnell discusses the interplay between state and federal policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.

19 MIN2017 MAR 21
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What Can States Do to Reduce GHG Emissions from the Transportation Sector? A Podcast with Virginia McConnell

Learning About Earth from Space: New RFF Podcast on the Value of Data from Satellites

In this podcast, RFF Fellow Yusuke Kuwayama talks about his research on water scarcity using data collected from satellites.

10 MIN2017 MAR 14
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Learning About Earth from Space: New RFF Podcast on the Value of Data from Satellites

An Ounce of Prevention: New RFF Podcast on Federal Flood Expenditures

RFF Fellow Carolyn Kousky discusses how the federal government can better target its expenditures to prevent damages from floods. Ironically, most federal prevention money currently flows to communities in the wake of a flood, well after the damage has been done.

11 MIN2017 FEB 17
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An Ounce of Prevention: New RFF Podcast on Federal Flood Expenditures

Tax: Revisiting the Trade-Offs in Climate Policy Options

At this First Wednesday Seminar, Tom Lawler of the International Emissions Trading Association highlighted the benefits of emissions trading programs, and Jerry Taylor of the Niskanen Center presented the case for a carbon tax. Both participated in a broader panel discussion on the interplay between carbon pricing and regulatory measures.

74 MIN2016 MAR 4
Comments
Tax: Revisiting the Trade-Offs in Climate Policy Options

Latest Episodes

The Facts on Fracking

RFF’s Daniel Raimi gives a balanced and accessible view of oil and gas development, drawing on both scholarly literature and his travels to every major oil- and gas-producing region in the United States

24 MIN2018 FEB 8
Comments
The Facts on Fracking

Could Outdoor Recreation Benefit from Climate Change?

RFF Fellow Casey Wichman discusses recent research with Nathan Chan on how warm weather days affect outdoor recreation. The study employed a dataset of 27 million bike-share trips within 16 North American cities.

13 MIN2018 FEB 1
Comments
Could Outdoor Recreation Benefit from Climate Change?

Climate Change and the "Confidence Trap"

RFF Senior Fellow Roger Cooke discusses the "confidence trap" and how it distorts the debate about how to respond to the threat of climate change.

17 MIN2017 OCT 15
Comments
Climate Change and the "Confidence Trap"

How Much Would You Pay for a Self-Driving Car? A New Podcast with RFF’s Ben Leard

RFF Fellow Benjamin Leard brings us up to speed on the current state of self-driving car technology and discusses his recent research into how much of a premium consumers are willing to pay for autonomous vehicles.

13 MIN2017 MAY 3
Comments
How Much Would You Pay for a Self-Driving Car? A New Podcast with RFF’s Ben Leard

Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence: A Podcast with RFF’s Alan Krupnick

In this new podcast, Alan J. Krupnick, RFF senior fellow and co-director of RFF’s Center for Energy and Climate Economics, discusses President Trump’s new executive order on energy independence and what it may mean for economic growth.

23 MIN2017 APR 22
Comments
Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence: A Podcast with RFF’s Alan Krupnick

Indigenous Peoples’ Role in Protecting Forests: RFF Fellow Allen Blackman on Land Titling in Latin America

In this new podcast, RFF Senior Fellow Allen Blackman sits down to talk about the granting of titles to indigenous communities in Latin American countries to take over the control of their local forests.

9 MIN2017 APR 4
Comments
Indigenous Peoples’ Role in Protecting Forests: RFF Fellow Allen Blackman on Land Titling in Latin America

What Can States Do to Reduce GHG Emissions from the Transportation Sector? A Podcast with Virginia McConnell

In this podcast, RFF Senior Fellow Virginia McConnell discusses the interplay between state and federal policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.

19 MIN2017 MAR 21
Comments
What Can States Do to Reduce GHG Emissions from the Transportation Sector? A Podcast with Virginia McConnell

Learning About Earth from Space: New RFF Podcast on the Value of Data from Satellites

In this podcast, RFF Fellow Yusuke Kuwayama talks about his research on water scarcity using data collected from satellites.

10 MIN2017 MAR 14
Comments
Learning About Earth from Space: New RFF Podcast on the Value of Data from Satellites

An Ounce of Prevention: New RFF Podcast on Federal Flood Expenditures

RFF Fellow Carolyn Kousky discusses how the federal government can better target its expenditures to prevent damages from floods. Ironically, most federal prevention money currently flows to communities in the wake of a flood, well after the damage has been done.

11 MIN2017 FEB 17
Comments
An Ounce of Prevention: New RFF Podcast on Federal Flood Expenditures

Tax: Revisiting the Trade-Offs in Climate Policy Options

At this First Wednesday Seminar, Tom Lawler of the International Emissions Trading Association highlighted the benefits of emissions trading programs, and Jerry Taylor of the Niskanen Center presented the case for a carbon tax. Both participated in a broader panel discussion on the interplay between carbon pricing and regulatory measures.

74 MIN2016 MAR 4
Comments
Tax: Revisiting the Trade-Offs in Climate Policy Options

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