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  • Post date: March 2006 Pew Center on Global Climate Changes Response to:"Design Elements of a MandatoryMarket-Based Greenhouse Gas Regulatory System"
  • Post date: March 2006 Pew Center on Global Climate Change Response to:"Design Elements of a MandatoryMarket-Based Greenhouse Gas Regulatory System"
  • Post date: March 2006 Pew Center on Global Climate Change Response to:"Design Elements of a MandatoryMarket-Based Greenhouse Gas Regulatory System"
  • Post date: March 2006 Pew Center on Global Climate Change Response to:"Design Elements of a MandatoryMarket-Based Greenhouse Gas Regulatory System"
  • Post date: March 2006 Pew Center on Global Climate Change Response to:"Design Elements of a MandatoryMarket-Based Greenhouse Gas Regulatory System"
  • Post date: March 2006 The Pew Center on Global Climate Change Response to:"Design Elements of a Mandatory Market-Based Greenhouse Gas
  • Post date: February 2006   Agenda for Climate ActionPrepared by the Pew Center on Global Climate ChangeFebruary 2006Press ReleaseDownload report
  • Post date: February 2006 In a major address before the UN Security Council on February 6, 2006, Senator Richard G. Lugar (R-Indiana), Chairman of the U.S
  • Post date: December 2005 Nearly 230 bills focusing specifically on climate change have been introduced in the 113th Congress (2013-2014). Many more
  • Post date: December 2005 Two proposals for mandatory programs on greenhouse gases have recently been discussed in the Senate. Their targets and likely