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Environment and Energy Research

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The research program on environment and energy addresses how economically efficient and environmentally sustainable use of energy, natural resources, and the services of the natural environment are key contributors to economic growth and poverty reduction. It covers four broad areas: (1) environment and natural resources, (2) energy, (3) climate change, (4) urban and regional development.  More » 

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Working Papers

Drinking Water Salinity and Infant Mortality in Coastal Bangladesh
Susmita Dasgupta, Mainul Huq, and David Wheeler, February 2015

What Is the Social Value of Second-Generation Biofuels?
Thomas W. Hertel, Jevgenijs Steinbuks, Wallace E. Tyner, December 2014

A “Delphi Exercise” as a Tool in Amazon Rainforest Valuation
Jon Strand, Richard T. Carson, Stale Navrud, Ariel Ortiz-Bobea, Jeffrey Vincent, December 2014

Climate Change, Groundwater Salinization and Road Maintenance Costs in Coastal Bangladesh
Susmita Dasgupta, Md. Moqbul Hossain, Mainul Huq, and David Wheeler, December 2014

Facing the Hungry Tide: Climate Change, Livelihood Threats, Household Responses in Coastal Bangladesh
Susmita Dasgupta, Md. Moqbul Hossain, Mainul Huq, and David Wheeler, December 2014

Measuring Risk Preferences in Rural Ethiopia: Risk Tolerance and Exogenous Income Proxies
Ferdinand M. Vieider, Abebe Beyene, Randall Bluffstone, Sahan Dissanayake, Zenebe Gebreegziabher, Peter Martinsson, Alemu Mekonnen, December 2014

Sustainability of Solar Electricity: The Role of Endogenous Resource Substitution and Market Mediated Responses
Jevgenijs Steinbuks, Gaurav Satija, Fu Zhao, January 2015

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