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    Mayors "Get It" on Climate Change

    Ironically, the most ambitious U.S. action in the fight against global warming is coming from big cities and their mayors.

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    The (Really) Big Picture on Energy Policy

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    p>Climate change, national security, and energy are inter-connected through our persistent and growing dependence on fossil fuels. We must address all three.

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    Ten States Formally Begin Carbon Trading

    On Thursday, for the first time ever, the United States will see a price on carbon emerge from a mandatory emissions cap-and-trade program.

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    Bottom Line on International Trade

    By encouraging clean technology deployment and imposing new costs on commonly traded commodities, climate policy would have significant impacts on international trade flows. This document answers basic questions about climate policy and its implications for the international trade of goods.

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    Bottom Line on State and Federal Policy Roles

    As different statewide greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction policies continue to emerge in the United States, more and more businesses are calling on the federal government to enact a single, uniform policy. The prospect of complementary policies between different levels of government—as well as the...

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    Hong Kong Adopts GHG Protocol for Building Sector

    Hong Kong's government adopts guidelines for GHG accounting in its building sectors, and announces a "carbon audit" of 10 of its buildings.

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    A New Climate for the Forest Products Industry

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    p>The forest products sector holds an enormous stake in the coming economy defined by resource constraints, climate change policies, and shifting consumer values.

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A "Green Lining" in China's Economic Stimulus Plan

It may be counter-intuitive, but a global economic slowdown could help the United States and China work together on climate change.

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Measuring GHG Emissions Up and Down the Supply Chain

A new collaboration launches to develop guidelines for measuring and managing corporate GHG emissions throughout the product life cycle and across the entire value chain.

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Mayors "Get It" on Climate Change

Ironically, the most ambitious U.S. action in the fight against global warming is coming from big cities and their mayors.

Share

The (Really) Big Picture on Energy Policy

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p>Climate change, national security, and energy are inter-connected through our persistent and growing dependence on fossil fuels. We must address all three.

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Ten States Formally Begin Carbon Trading

On Thursday, for the first time ever, the United States will see a price on carbon emerge from a mandatory emissions cap-and-trade program.

Share

Bottom Line on International Trade

By encouraging clean technology deployment and imposing new costs on commonly traded commodities, climate policy would have significant impacts on international trade flows. This document answers basic questions about climate policy and its implications for the international trade of goods.

Bottom Line on State and Federal Policy Roles

As different statewide greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction policies continue to emerge in the United States, more and more businesses are calling on the federal government to enact a single, uniform policy. The prospect of complementary policies between different levels of government—as well as the...

Hong Kong Adopts GHG Protocol for Building Sector

Hong Kong's government adopts guidelines for GHG accounting in its building sectors, and announces a "carbon audit" of 10 of its buildings.

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