Climate Change: Present and Future

Claussen, Eileen
February 2001
Ecology Law Quarterly;2001, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p1373
Academic Journal
Offers a look at how the United States (U.S.) is responding to the global challenge of climate change. Response of the business community in the U.S. to the global warming issue; Mechanisms for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions which are included in the Kyoto Protocol; Factors contributing to the reluctance of elected leaders to meet the challenge of global climate change.


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