ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

High and Dry? From the Rockies to the Sierra, Water Managers Gauge Implications of Climate Change (Spring 2014)

Message from the Editor: Four Cheers for Longer Attention Spans (Spring 2014)

An Energy-Independent United States (Summer 2013)

Megatrends, Uranium, and Community (Winter 2012-2013)

Energy Options (Fall 2012)

Fighting Wildfires (Fall 2012)

A Flood of Innovation: Louisiana's Coastal Master Plan (Spring 2012)

RAND Assesses Alternative Policies for Geoengineering Governance (Summer 2011)

Study Questions Continued Military Investment in Alternative Fuels (Spring 2011)

Tax on Crude Oil Deemed Viable Alternative to Federal Gasoline Tax (Spring 2011)

Higher Gear: To Fund Transportation, Congress Should Tax Travel, Not Fuel (Winter 2010-2011)

Spillover Effect: For the Gulf Coast, Can We Make the Smart, Long-Term Choices? (Summer 2010)

Energy Resiliency: A New Way for Israel to Tap into the Future (Spring 2010)

Reducing Air Pollution Can Also Reduce Hospital Spending (Spring 2010)

Europe and Australia Offer Lessons in Building Efficiency (Winter 2009-2010)

Economic Costs of Major Oil Supply Disruptions Pose Key Security Risks (Summer 2009)

Environmental Incubator: A Proposed Hub of Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Development in China (Summer 2009)

Heated Market: Crafting a Climate Change Policy That Works for Business and the Environment (Summer 2009)

Getting Warmer: Science Closes in on an Understanding of Climate Change (Spring 2009)

A Better Deal: Energy: Pursue a Range of Solutions (Fall 2008)

Managing Environmental Issues Can Improve Army Mission Success (Fall 2008)

Fount of Knowledge: How Managers of Water Can Plumb Its Deep Uncertainties (Spring 2008)

Improved Valuations of Water-Efficiency Programs Can Help Water Managers Make the Most of Them (Spring 2008)

Alternative Farming Could Replace Crops with a Cleaner Cornucopia (Fall 2007)

Common Grounds: Cultivating the Field of Community-Based Participatory Research (Spring 2007)

How Your Neighborhood Is Designed May Affect How Much You Walk (Spring 2007)

Delta Dawning: Gulf Coast Efforts Look Beyond Recovery Toward Lasting Renewal (Fall 2006)

Hurricanes and Other Higher Callings: These Things We Cannot Ignore (Summer 2006)

One World, One Well: How Populations Can Grow on a Finite Water Supply (Spring 2006)

Better Resource Assessments Would Improve Resource Development (Fall 2005)

In Search of Energy Security: Will New Sources and Technologies Reduce Our Vulnerability to Major Disruptions? (Fall 2005)

Driven into a Corner: To Clean the Air, California Can Steer Old Cars and New Cars in Better Directions (Fall 2002)

Saving Grace: A Timely Warning from Easter Island (Summer 2002)

Gas and Oil Assessments “Miss the Point” (Spring 2002)

Power to the Cities: A Homegrown Way to Recharge California (Summer 2001)

Political Science: A Science and Technology Agenda for the New Administration (Spring 2001)

State Energy Crisis Spurs Quest for National Strategy (Spring 2001)

Foreign Policy for a World of Decision (Summer 2000)

May Cooler Tempers Prevail: Let Technology Reduce Hot Air over Global Warming (Winter 1999-2000)

RAND Acquires Environmental Firm (Winter 1998-99)

California Water, 1960-Present (Fall 1998)

Rx for Urban Smog: Find and Fix Those "Clunker" Cars (Fall 1994)


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