The Center for Environmental and Resource Economics Policy (CEnREP) provides leadership in economic research and outreach programs, and fostering forward-thinking environmental policy for North Carolina and the nation.
Up and Running!
Research Network on Water Solutions (ReNeWS)
CEnREP lunch colloquium Friday, Feb 27
“Wildfire Risk and Home-owners: Like a Moth to a Flame?”
Op-Ed by CEnREP Associate Director points out flaws in the State Senate's proposed gas tax increase.
TREE seminar Thursday, March 5
Kathy Baylis, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "Conserving Forests: Mandates, Management or Money?"
Save the Date for Camp Resources XXII, August 2-4
We are delighted to announce that Camp Resources XXII will be held on August 2-4 at the Renaissance Asheville Hotel as Asheville, NC
CEnREP faculty are economists in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and the Department of Economics at NC State, who work on collaborative research with natural and social scientists throughout the Research Triangle and surrounding regions of North Carolina.
- Agriculture, energy, and the environment
- Benefit-Cost analysis
- Economic impacts of climate change
- Environmental valuation methods
- Futures and options markets
- Land use policy
- Natural resources and public policy
- Program evaluation
- Renewable energy policy
- Risk analysis, valuation, and management
- Water demand management
- Water quality management
In addition to publishing high-quality policy research, CEnREP scholars advise and train policymakers and practitioners by organizing educational and training workshops, disseminating non-technical versions of our research in popular media outlets.
Faculty also serve on advisory boards for organizations such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Water Resource Research Institute of North Carolina as well as the North Carolina Legislative Commission on Global Climate Change and the Offshore Energy Exploration Study Committee of the North Carolina General Assembly.
CEnREP faculty receive support for their research projects from diverse sources including the U.S. Department of Transportation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Hewlett Foundation, and the National Science Foundation.