Monthly Archives: June 2011

Canada’s Step Away From the Kyoto Protocol Can Be a Constructive Step Forward

Canada confirmed this week that it will not take on a target under an extension of the Kyoto Protocol following the completion of the first commitment period, 2008-2012.  Given that Canada is likely to miss by a wide margin its … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change Policy, Energy Policy, Environmental Economics, Environmental Policy, Uncategorized | 5 Comments

What’s in a Name? Wine, Economics, and Terroir

Today, I’m pleased to offer a temporary respite from analysis of climate change policy (and other environmental policies, for that matter), while remaining well within the general province of environmental and natural resource economics.  I do this through a merger … Continue reading

Posted in Natural Resource Economics, Wine Economics | 2 Comments