Economics for the Earth Publications

  • Letter to members of Congress

    Support the 2009 Trade Reform, Accountability, Development and Employment Act.

  • Subprime carbon?: Re-thinking the world's largest new derivatives market

    This report is one of the first critical analyses to characterize carbon trading as a massive new derivatives market and . It finds that existing financial regulations, as well as those proposed in major cap-and-trade bills, would be inadequate and could

  • Dirty is the new clean: A critique of the World Bank's strategic framework for development and climate change

    This report argues that the World Bank's track record disqualifies it from managing clean technology transfer and climate adaptation funds.

  • Letter to President Bush

    Letter asking that the United States work collaboratively with G8 partners in support of the urgent action that is required to address critical links between global warming and global poverty.

  • 6 ways to save taxpayer dollars and protect the environment in the Commonwealth of Virginia

  • Green Scissors 2004

    The Green Scissors 2004 report focuses on a few particularly egregious policies and programs that should be addressed immediately.

  • Green Scissors 2003

    Green Scissors 2003 outlines 68 recommendations that would do much to protect our natural resources, reduce unnecessary government spending by more than $58 billion, and help guide our nation towards a more sustainable economic and ecological future.

  • Green Scissors 2002

    This report describes 78 programs that Congress and the administration should cut.

  • Green Scissors 2001

    The Green Scissors Campaign highlights programs for reform in the following six sectors: agriculture, energy, international and military programs, public lands, transportation and water.

  • Green Scissors 2000

    This report presents five new recommendations not included in earlier Green Scissors Campaign reports.

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