NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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By Henry Lee, Director, Environment and Natural Resources Program
In the fall of 1998, the US government was divided between those who believed that the nation should agree to substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and those who believed the price tag was too high and the scientific evidence too uncertain.
By Karen Filipovich, Former Associate Research Director and Former Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program, 1999-2002 and Noune Sekhpossian, Former Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program
Terrestrial carbon sequestration is advocated as an inexpensive mitigation option to the problem of global climate change. The country with the largest forest resource in the world is Russia, perceived to have the potential to store vast amounts of carbon. In a world constrained by the threat of climate change, this capacity could be enormously valuable.
Journal Article, Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, volume 3
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Joint Implementation of Greenhouse Gas Abatement Under the Kyoto Protocol's 'Clean Development Mechanism': Its Scope and Limits
Journal Article, Policy Sciences, volume 32
By Cary Coglianese, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School