34 Pages Posted: 26 Apr 2007 Last revised: 20 Jul 2009
A long-term framework to address climate change is within political reach. This article examines how greenhouse gas mitigation can occur across economic and political fault lines. Climate is a public good requiring the development of an energy strategy based upon international cooperation, energy efficiency, and sustainable technological development.
Keywords: Energy, Climate Change, Carbon, Greenhouse Gas, International Decision-Making, Intertemporal, Public Goods, National Security, Environment, Global Warming, Transport, Utilities, Oil, Natural Resources, Conservation, Water
JEL Classification: D7, D9, H41, H56, K32, K33, L97, N5, N7, Q2,Q25,Q4
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Burleson, Elizabeth, Multilateral Climate Change Mitigation. Climate Change Symposium, University of San Francisco Law Review, Vol. 41, p. 373, 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=982763