Moving Toward a Consensus on Climate Policy
The Essential Role of Global Public Disclosure
This paper focuses on the debate about regulation of carbon emissions sources. The author argues that the contending positions on regulatory instruments and carbon pricing, the underlying points of agreement, and the implications for global policy remain widely divergent on the scale, timing and stringency of needed measures to limit emissions. The paper concludes by identifiying the emergent policy consensus and makes concrete suggestions for global action.
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