Tag Archives: carbon emissions

U.S. Energy Efficiency Begins at Home

Even if the U.S. government fails to act on climate change, how can homeowners make a difference?

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Is India’s Economic Growth Sustainable?

Do traditional measures of economic growth and progress emperil the sustainable use of our natural resources?

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Rio+20 Was a Bust

What will it take for international meetings such as the recent Rio+20 summit to achieve real positive results for the environment?

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Asia’s Austerity: The New Global Norm

Is austerity the only way to ensure that development is globally sustainable?

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Environment and American Leadership: Two Worlds Collide

What does the differing coverage of environmental issues in the Chinese and U.S. media say about these countries’ changing leadership roles?

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Employment and Ecology: The Twin Challenges for Humanity (Part IV)

How will the global community face the twin challenges of employment and protecting the planet’s ecology?

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Global Governance and the Role of Markets (Part III)

How will failure to address the excesses of past decades lead to greater disharmony in the future?

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Taiwan: A Microcosm for Climate Change

Why hasn’t Taiwan taken more of an active role in international climate change efforts?

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The United States and Climate Change Competitiveness: Part III

How should the United States work within the WTO framework to effectively limit carbon emissions?

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International Trade Rules and Climate Change Policy: Part II

How much leeway do governments have in handing out free carbon allowances?

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