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Change You Can Believe In? The President-Elect’s Plan And Congressional Climate Change Proposals
The United States is responsible for almost a third of the globe’s cumulative energy-related greenhouse gas emissions (“GHGs”). Not only has President-elect Obama promised to take meaningful action to reduce emissions through a cap-and-trade program, he has promised to return his country to the international negotiating table in earnest.
Canada
17 Dec 2008
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California Publishes Climate Change Proposed Scoping Plan
California, the U.S.'s most populous state and one of the world's ten largest economies, has historically exerted significant influence on the design of standards in the U.S. and beyond.
Canada
3 Nov 2008
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Emissions Trading & Climate Change Bulletin - Carbon Emissions Trading In The United States
The United States has had decades of experience in emissions trading. This experience includes permit trading programs implemented by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the 1970’s for regional pollutants, permit trading programs for lead and chlorofluorocarbons in the 1980s and an allowance trading program for sulphur dioxide under Title IV of the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990.
United States
5 Dec 2007
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Emissions Trading and Climate Change Bulletin: Canada´s Kyoto Future Uncertain
As the new Conservative government takes its place in the House of Commons, Canadian industry is paying close attention to today's Throne Speech for an indication as to Canada's future under the Kyoto Protocol. Although they opposed the Accord while in Opposition, the new government's position remains unclear.
Canada
12 Apr 2006
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