Courtesy of E&ETV
"Resources for the Future (RFF) Panel Analyzes Alternative Proposals for Post-Kyoto Strategy"
E&ETV Event Coverage
October 4, 2007
Authors: Joseph E. Aldy, Faculty Affiliate, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, Robert N. Stavins, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government; Member of the Board; Director, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, Todd Stern, David W. Conover
How should a post-2012 international climate policy be structured? During E&ETV Event Coverage of an October 4, 2007, Resources for the Future discussion, panelists analyze alternative strategies to a post-Kyoto policy. Participants include Joseph Aldy, a fellow at Resources for the Future, Robert Stavins, director of the Harvard University Environmental Economics Program, and Todd Stern, vice chair of the Public Policy and Strategy Practice at WilmerHale. They focus on six alternative international strategies that are featured in Aldy and Stavins' new book, Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto World, and give key highlights of the book's analysis.
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