Practical Climate Change Policy

Stewart, Richard B.; Wiener, Jonathan B.
January 2004
Issues in Science & Technology;Winter2004, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p71
Academic Journal
Criticizes the Kyoto Protocol in the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change which provided for international cooperation on climate policy, including the U.S. Influence of the Kyoto Protocol in the creation of global climate change policies in developing countries; Flaws in the international emissions trading standards of the Kyoto rules; Criticisms to the emission regulation approach of the U.S.


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