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The RAND Corporation has been conducting research for federal, state, nonprofit, and private-sector entities on the interrelated issues of the environment, natural resources, energy, and economic development since the 1960s. Today's research addresses a range of topics of relevance to U.S. and international audiences, including environmental quality and regulation, energy resources and systems, water resources and systems, climate change, and natural hazards and disasters. This document includes brief bios of RAND research staff who work on energy and environment projects; note, however, that they all engage in multidisciplinary collaborations across a wider spectrum of research areas — a hallmark of RAND from its earliest days.

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