Mitigation: Solving the Rubik's cube of climate change

Briner, Gregory
November 2015
OECD Observer;Nov2015, Issue 304, p17
Academic Journal
The article looks at the efforts to mitigate climate change in 34 OECD countries as of November 2015. Topics include the progress these countries have made to implement policies in reducing emissions of heat-trapping gases such as carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas, the use of emissions trading systems, and the efforts exerted by some governments to reduce support for the consumption and production of fossil fuels.


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