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Author Schott, Jeffrey J
Title Aligning NAFTA with Climate Change Objectives
Imprint Washington : Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2010
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Note Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Ch 1. Introduction -- The NAFTA Experience with Climate Change Issues -- Implications for NAFTA of Climate Change Policies -- Common North American Interests -- Plan of the Book -- Ch 2. United States -- Distribution of GHG Emissions -- State Initiatives -- Federal Climate Change Action -- EPA Approaches -- Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency -- Summary and Conclusion -- Appendix 2A Cap-and-Trade -- Ch 3. Canada -- Federal Policy -- Provinces: Independent Actors -- Interregional Harmonization Issues -- Canadian Policy and US Legislation -- The Oil Sands -- Summary and Conclusion -- Ch 4. Mexico -- Accomplishments to Date -- Near-Term Challenges -- Can NAFTA Help Achieve Mexico's Carbon Reduction Goals? -- Conclusion -- Appendix 4A General Climate Change Law -- Ch 5. Conclusions and Policy Recommendations -- Role of Multilateral Negotiations -- Role of North America -- Policy Recommendations -- Summing Up -- References -- Acronyms -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Schott, Jeffrey J. Aligning NAFTA with Climate Change Objectives Washington : Peterson Institute for International Economics,c2010 9780881324365
Subject Free trade -- Environmental aspects -- North America.;Free trade -- Government policy -- North America.;Greenhouse gas mitigation -- Economic aspects -- North America.;Environmental policy -- North America.;Climatic changes -- Government policy -- North America
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