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Krugman (Working From Home and Realizing What Matters): First things first: The reduction in commuting time is a seriously big deal. Before the pandemic, the average American adult spent about 0.28 hours per day,

I participated in a survey conducted by Clemson this week. I was eligible because I had published a paper using opt-in panel data at some point. I posted the image to the right

On the day of the final in my 2000 level environmental and resource economics course, the WSJ published the article on Clean Power Plan 2.0 (Biden Administration Targets Power-Plant Emissions in New Climate

From E&E news (Senators eye ‘CHIPS 2.0’ as vehicle for carbon tariff): As senators from both parties seek a pathway for advancing a bill imposing carbon tariffs, a potentially viable vehicle has emerged: a

From the GW Regulatory Resources Center:  Revising Regulatory Review: Expert Insights on the Biden Administration’s Guidelines for Regulatory AnalysisTue, 9 May, 2023 10:30am - 3:00pm Please join the GW Regulatory Studies Center and the Society

They'll go after you if you call them predatory. From Retraction Watch: A 2021 article that found journals from the open-access publisher MDPI had characteristics of predatory journals has been retracted and replaced with

Just gonna drop this here for those who need a reminder which approaches have the greatest potential for net emissions reductions

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