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READINGS KFAnlMr. S BOO K REVIEWS ISSUE S I N INTERNATIONA L CLIMAT E POLICY Ekko C. van lerland, Joyeeta Gupta, and Marcel T. J. Kok, 2003, 294 pp., $95.00, hardbound, Edward Elgar, ISBN 1-84376-191-2 other focusing on the political and environmental suspect that most readers of the Bulletin see the problem of climate change primarily as a question constraints in an international context, and the final one investigating the role of potential carbon sinks in of how fast, how much, and where warming will take place, perhaps with some controversy about policy development. The final section builds on this information, adding the experience gained during the causes adding a little spice to any discussion. We of- early stages of Kyoto Protocol implementation to ex- ten then tend to treat the next steps, assessment of amine the options for future strategy development. potential impacts and the creation and adoption of Chapters concentrating on links between climate ne- mitigation strategies, as rather straightforward issues. gotiations and trade policies, on international legal as- This book essentially reverses that view. It treats the pects, and on the role of nongovernmental organiza- same set of issues, but from the perspective of miti- tions lead http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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KFAnlMr. S BOO K REVIEWS ISSUE S I N INTERNATIONA L CLIMAT E POLICY Ekko C. van lerland, Joyeeta Gupta, and Marcel T. J. Kok, 2003, 294 pp., $95.00, hardbound, Edward Elgar, ISBN 1-84376-191-2 other focusing on the political and environmental suspect that most readers of the Bulletin see the problem of climate change primarily as a question constraints in an international context, and the final one investigating the role of potential carbon sinks in of how fast, how much, and where warming will take place, perhaps with some controversy about policy development. The final section builds on this information, adding the experience gained during the causes adding a little spice to any discussion. We of- early stages of Kyoto Protocol implementation to ex- ten then tend to treat the next steps, assessment of amine the options for future strategy development. potential impacts and the creation and adoption of Chapters concentrating on links between climate ne- mitigation strategies, as rather straightforward issues. gotiations and trade policies, on international legal as- This book essentially reverses that view. It treats the pects, and on the role of nongovernmental organiza- same set of issues, but from the perspective of miti- tions lead

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2004

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