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  • The Keystone Pipeline's XL-ish Spill

    November 20, 2017 by Maximilian Auffhammer

    My twitter feed exploded late last week. And no, I am not talking about the annoying doubling of the character limit, but the fact that there was a spill of what is currently estimated to be 210,000 gallons (5,000 barrels) of oil from TransCanada’s operational Keystone pipeline in South Dakota. ... Read More

  • Another Victory for the Behavioral Economists

    November 13, 2017 by Catherine Wolfram

    Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize in Economics last month, making him the third behavioral economist to earn this honor in the last 16 years (Daniel Kahneman, of Thinking Fast and Slow fame, won in 2002 and Robert Shiller won in 2013). ... Read More

  • What Climate Change Policy Puts America First?

    November 6, 2017 by Meredith Fowlie

    The unraveling of federal environmental protection under the Trump administration is well underway. Over the past several months we’ve seen moves to axe, roll back, suspend, delay, halt, deny, and postpone environmental protection and health-based standards. ... Read More

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