Research Video: Water Quality
Lori Snyder Bennear, Assistant Professor of Environmental Economics and Policy at the Nicholas School of the Environment, speaks about her research on “Right-to-Know” laws related to drinking water quality.
Considering Climate Change
Brian Murray, director of the Environmental Economics Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, answers viewer questions about the state of international climate change policy negotiations, during a live “Office Hours” webcast Dec. 1.
Climate Change: What do We Do Now?
Billy Pizer, professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy and faculty fellow at the Nicholas Institute of Environmental Policy Solutions, discusses climate change during a TEDx program.
Rational Middle Energy Series: Truthing the Future
The Rational Middle Energy Series is a new collection of short films covering both the current and future state of energy. In this next installment, producers ask people what they know and don’t know about energy—turning to Tim Profeta and Energy Initiative Director Richard Newell —for answers.
NACW 2013: Market Pricing and Cost Containment Mechanisms
This market-focused panel explored the most significant forces shaping the supply and demand for allowances and offsets. The discussion provided insight into the strategic reserve and other cost containment mechanisms, explored the the key drivers of allowance and offset pricing, and provided expert views on market forecasting.
Rational Middle Energy Series: What’s at Stake
The Rational Middle Energy Series, a new collection of short films covering both the current and future state of energy, features Duke University Energy Initiative Director Richard Newell.
The Economics of Forests as a Climate Mitigation Strategy
Brian Murray, director of the Environmental Economics Program at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, speaks on the economics of forests as a climate mitigation strategy at the Forestry Industry Lecture Series, University of Alberta.
Rational Middle Energy Series: The Great Transition
Duke scholars Tim Profeta and Richard Newell discuss how energy is produced throughout the world and how that’s changing in the Rational Middle Energy Film Series. The Great Transition, the latest installment in the series, offers a look at some of the discussions and decisions needed in order to get to a cleaner energy future.
Can REDD Work for the Amazon?
Brian Murray, director of the Environmental Economics Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, talks to Living on Earth host Bruce Gellerman about what drought in the Amazon might mean for the future of REDD, the United Nations mechanism designed to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation.