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READINGS PAD l M r;s BOO K REVIEWS CITIE S AN D CLIMAT E CHANGE : URBA N SUSTAINABILITY AN D GLOBA L ENVIRONMENTA L GOVERNANCE Harriet Bulkeley and Michele M. Betsill, 2002, 288 pp., $100.00, hardbound, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-27379-X limate change as a result of huma n activity is an rily in the energy arena, and the support provided by an international city networ k that shares information issue for sustainability, which is concerned with Cth e rates at which the Earth's nonrenewable re- o n municipal practices among its members. Cities is divided into three parts. In the first part, sources—particularly fossil fuels—ar e bein g depleted. A by-product of generating energy fro m these fuels th e authors outline the politics of global climate chang e and the reality of governance at man y levels is th e release of greenhous e gases int o the atmosphere. A central objective of global climate change policies an d across traditional territorial boundaries. The au- thor s select the Cities for Climate Protection (CCP) is to moderate, and hopefully reduce, these emissions. However, economic development is closely linked with progra m to evaluate the role of transnationa l net- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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PAD l M r;s BOO K REVIEWS CITIE S AN D CLIMAT E CHANGE : URBA N SUSTAINABILITY AN D GLOBA L ENVIRONMENTA L GOVERNANCE Harriet Bulkeley and Michele M. Betsill, 2002, 288 pp., $100.00, hardbound, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-27379-X limate change as a result of huma n activity is an rily in the energy arena, and the support provided by an international city networ k that shares information issue for sustainability, which is concerned with Cth e rates at which the Earth's nonrenewable re- o n municipal practices among its members. Cities is divided into three parts. In the first part, sources—particularly fossil fuels—ar e bein g depleted. A by-product of generating energy fro m these fuels th e authors outline the politics of global climate chang e and the reality of governance at man y levels is th e release of greenhous e gases int o the atmosphere. A central objective of global climate change policies an d across traditional territorial boundaries. The au- thor s select the Cities for Climate Protection (CCP) is to moderate, and hopefully reduce, these emissions. However, economic development is closely linked with progra m to evaluate the role of transnationa l net-

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Published: Jun 1, 2004

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