Climate Control Policy Instruments that Reduce Carbon Emission

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Essay #: 061992
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Climate Control Policy Instruments that Reduce Carbon Emission
Introduction
More and more governments around the world – and more and more private citizens – are increasingly cognizant of the dangers posed by anthropogenic global warming. Evidence accumulated over many years planning tells us that the emission of man-made carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is a significant contributor to global climate change; this should now be beyond dispute (Le Treut et al, 2007). Suffice it to say, the growing reality of climate change has placed many governments and organizations in the uncomfortable position of having to formulate policies that will reduce anthropogenic global warming before it causes irreversible climatic damage. This is where the...
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