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Environment Magazine September/October 2008

May/June 2009: In This Issue

In Search of Effective and Viable Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

As U.S. policymakers debate how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, they cannot overlook normative considerations, such as cost-effectiveness, ability to stimulate innovation, fairness, and adaptability. How do we balance these factors with political viability?
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Mountain glaciers on all continents are shrinking, exacerbating water shortages, sea-level rise, and disasters such as rockslides and flooding. Yet more examples than not illustrate how poorly humans have adapted to this fairly straightforward consequence of climate change.
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