Prepared for the National Recycling Coalition, 2001.
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Released jointly with Public Citizen, Friends of the Earth, US PIRG, and Taxpayers for Common Sense.
Assessing the Return on Pretreatment: An Evaluation of EPA Performance Measurement and PCS Modernization
Prepared with Industrial Economics for the US EPA's Office of Water and the Office of Planning, Analysis, and Accountability. May 2002.
April 2003. Prepared with Industrial Economics, Inc. for the US EPA's Office of Planning, Analysis, and Accountability and the Office of Solid Waste.
Anja Von Moltke, Colin McKee, and Trevor Morgan. United Nations Environment Programme, 2004. (Earth Track peer review, not authorship).
Prepared for the United Nations Environment Programme under the auspices of the Economics and Trade Branch's Working Group on Economic Instruments. 2004.
Program line review of federal fiscal subsidies to energy for fiscal year 2003, to support the work of the National Commission on Energy Policy. Aggregate subsidies were worth between $37 and $64 billion to the energy sector. Analysis includes main tax expenditure and programmatic subsidies. Time frame of analysis was insufficient to include credit subsidies to energy (via export banks, Rural Utility Service, and Power Marketing Administrations; recently-passed legislation containing energy tax breaks; or energy-related externalities. Thus, real value of federal support would be even hi
This paper proposes two changes that I believe will make Tsunami relief efforts more effective. The first moves the detailed logistics system of the UN relief coordinator into the public domain. The objective of this change is to establish increased ability for outside groups to provide technology and data; to ensure more rapid access to updated information for all working in the region; and for increasing donor confidence in how the relief effort is being run.