The EU Takes the Gloves Off on CO2

Laws, Elliott P.
March 2008
Environmental Forum;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p14
The author presents an analysis on the policy by the U.S. government, contradicting policies by other countries on carbon dioxide emissions. He argues that the U.S. government continues to negate climate change issues in foreign countries. The European Union asserted its policies related to carbon emissions within its territories.


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