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Two Level Games and the Future of the Climate Regime

Two Level Games and the Future of the Climate Regime EDITORIAL TWO LEVEL GAMES A ND TH E FUTURE OF TH E CLIMAT E REGIME Shardul Ag rawala International R esearch I nstitute f or Cl imate Pr ediction Columbia Un iversity, 6 1 Rt. 9 W, Pa lisades NY 10964 –8000, USA. e-mail: s [email protected] Steinar Andrese n Fridtjof Na nsen In stitute P.O Bo x 3 26, N –1326 L ysaker, No rway. e-mail: s teinar. [email protected] The su mmer o f 19 88 hol ds a particu larly promin ent p lace in the h istory of glo bal cl imate change po licy. Heat w aves, drou ght, and fores t f ires in North A merica, the f irst bi llion- dollar hurr icane in the C aribbean, and the b reakage o f a massive ch unk of ice of f the coast o f Antarctica that year were viewed by many a s a preview of the impacts of global warming. U S presidential cand idate Geor ge Bu sh (Sr . ) promised th at i f elected , h e wou ld combat the greenhouse effect with “the White Hou se Effect”. Scient ists also weighed in, including a famous http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Energy & Environment SAGE

Two Level Games and the Future of the Climate Regime

Energy & Environment , Volume 12 (2-3): 1 – Mar 1, 2001

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SAGE
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© 2001 SAGE Publications
ISSN
0958-305X
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2048-4070
DOI
10.1260/ee.12.2.947868j25030x758
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EDITORIAL TWO LEVEL GAMES A ND TH E FUTURE OF TH E CLIMAT E REGIME Shardul Ag rawala International R esearch I nstitute f or Cl imate Pr ediction Columbia Un iversity, 6 1 Rt. 9 W, Pa lisades NY 10964 –8000, USA. e-mail: s [email protected] Steinar Andrese n Fridtjof Na nsen In stitute P.O Bo x 3 26, N –1326 L ysaker, No rway. e-mail: s teinar. [email protected] The su mmer o f 19 88 hol ds a particu larly promin ent p lace in the h istory of glo bal cl imate change po licy. Heat w aves, drou ght, and fores t f ires in North A merica, the f irst bi llion- dollar hurr icane in the C aribbean, and the b reakage o f a massive ch unk of ice of f the coast o f Antarctica that year were viewed by many a s a preview of the impacts of global warming. U S presidential cand idate Geor ge Bu sh (Sr . ) promised th at i f elected , h e wou ld combat the greenhouse effect with “the White Hou se Effect”. Scient ists also weighed in, including a famous

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Published: Mar 1, 2001

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