A Globally Integrated Climate Policy for Canada builds on the premise that Canada is in need of an approach that effectively integrates domestic priorities and global policy imperatives.
Intro Contents Acknowledgments 1 Introduction: A Globally Integrated Climate Policy for Canada PART ONE: THE NEED FOR ACTION 2 Positive Feedbacks, Dynamic Ice Sheets, and the Recarbonization of the Global Fuel Supply: The New Sense of Urgency about Global Warming PART TWO: CANADA IN THE WORLD 3 Climate Policy beyond Kyoto: The Perspective of the European Union 4 The Future of U.S. Climate Change Policy 5 China and India on Climate Change and Development: A Stance That Is Legitimate but Not Sagacious? 6 Comment - Across the Divide: The Clash of Cultures in Post-Kyoto Negotiations PART THREE: GLOBAL REGIME BUILDING - PARAMETERS AND IMPERATIVES FOR CANADA 7 The Global Regime: Current Status of and Quo Vadis for Kyoto 8 Grandfathering, Carbon Intensity, Historical Responsibility, or Contract/Converge? 9 Global Carbon Trading and Climate Change Mitigation in Canada: Options for the Use of the Kyoto Mechanisms PART FOUR: DOMESTIC POLICY TOOLS - THE RIGHT MIX 10 Renewable Energy under the Kyoto Protocol: The Case for Mixing Instruments 11 A Comparative Evaluation of Different Policies to Promote the Generation of Electricity from Renewable Sources 12 Bringing Institutions and Individuals into a Climate Policy for Canada PART FIVE: CANADA'S ENERGY POLICY 13 Climate Change and Canadian Energy Policy 14 Integrating Climate Policy and Energy Policy PART SIX: POLICY OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES 15 A Proposal for a New Climate Change Treaty System 16 Climate Change and Global Governance: Which Way Ahead? 17 Challenges and Opportunities in Canadian Climate Policy Contributors.
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