Blog Posts: Paul L. Comer

Paul L. Comer

Climate Change: Changing the Perspective of the Argument

Nearly seventeen years have passed since the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (“Kyoto Protocol”) was introduced. The protocol's purpose was to push signatory nations to reduce greenhouse gases. The United States signed on to the protocol, but it was never ratified, and the country withdrew support in 2001. Moreover, some of the world’s largest emissions producers did not ratify it— maybe a change in perspective is needed.


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No Comments | Posted by Paul L. Comer on Fri. November 21, 2014 11:13 AM
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