Regionalism, Climate Change and North America (Regionalismo, Cambiamento Climatico E Nord America)
Alastair Neil Craik
University of Waterloo - School of Environment, Enterprise and Development; Balsillie School of International Affairs
Joseph F. DiMento
University of California, Irvine - School of Law, Planning, Policy & Design, and Transportation Studies
Rivista Giuridica Dell Ambiente, v. 23, 2008, pp.1067-1072
UC Irvine School of Law Research Paper No. 2012-31
Whatever form the post Kyoto approach to addressing climate change takes it is reasonable to assume that initiatives will not be only global efforts. The trend toward regional strategies to combat global warming is likely to continue. We think it useful therefore to consider the potential advantages of engaging in regional cooperative efforts in North America. We are doing that in our current work and in this column lay out some preliminary observations about the status of regional activities in North America.
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Date posted: April 10, 2012 ; Last revised: June 2, 2012
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