Carbon Prices, Not Quotas

Zedillo, Ernesto
March 2008
Forbes Asia;3/24/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p18
The author comments on the development of global emissions policy strategy to mitigate climate change. He relates the uncertainties in the costs and benefits of dealing with climate change. He emphasizes the importance of ensuring that all countries would participate in the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol. The author also stresses the need to encourage the generation and deployment of cost-effective energy technologies.


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