RFF Senior Fellows Raymond J. Kopp and William A. Pizer organized the U.S. Climate Policy Forum in May 2006 to analyze and make findings regarding policies to address global climate change. The Forum’s objective is to provide legislators with well-vetted, detailed policy options; important criteria for policy assessment; and well-articulated concerns (specifying the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches), from which effective federal policy might be crafted. At an RFF briefing on November 28, the researchers released the report, Assessing U.S. Climate Policy Options: A report summarizing work at RFF as part of the inter-industry U.S. Climate Policy Forum, which represents the culmination of the Forum process.
To download the report and view video from this event, please visit: www.rff.org/cpfreport.
Source: RFF Connection, 20 December 2007