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Climate Change Legislation Design White Paper: Competitiveness Concerns/Engaging Developing Countries

Published February 2008

This report by the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce staff is part of a series of white papers "as the next step toward enactment of a mandatory, economy-wide climate change program". This paper "discusses potential domestic lesiglative provisions that could encourage developing countries to curb their emissions of greenhouse gases".

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