Reviews arguments for federal- and state-led action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Argues for a hybrid approach with options to enable states to implement innovations and more aggressive reductions to complement a federal cap-and-trade program.
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Title: Federalism in the Greenhouse: Defining a Role for States in a Federal Cap-and-Trade Program
Publication date 2008-09-30
Publication Year 2008
, Kathryn Zyla
World Resources Institute (WRI)
North America / United States
cap and trade
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