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Emissions Without Borders: The Problem With Greenhouse Gas
Senior Writer, UCLA Institute of Environment and Sustainabilit...
We can fence national boundaries with concrete and barbed wire, but unseen CO2 emissions are released into a border-less atmosphere. Right now, we are on track to triple these emissions by century's end.
U.S. Signs Into Law Bill Calling for Global Solution to Aviation's Carbon Pollution
Director, International Program, Natural Resources Defense Cou...
The only win-win solution is for the US and other countries to quickly develop and agree to implement concrete and enforceable actions to significantly reduce aviation's growing carbon pollution.
Low Prices a Problem? Making Sense of Misleading Talk About Cap-and-Trade in Europe and the USA
Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program
Since when are low prices considered to be a problem? To understand what's going on, we need to remind ourselves of the purpose (and promise) of a cap-and-trade regime, and then look at what's been happening in the respective markets.
UN Climate Negotiations: EU Ramps Up Renewables and Addresses Aviation Emissions
Independent journalist and academic
International aviation emissions grew by 66% between 1990 and 2005. They form one of the fastest growing sources of emissions. Yet they are currently excluded from the Kyoto Protocol.
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