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What to Do About Climate Change

Author: Ruth Greenspan Bell
May/June 2006
Foreign Affairs

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Despite mounting evidence of the seriousness of climate change, the problem remains a low policy priority for most countries. Yet action is urgently needed. Emissions-trading regimes, which do too little to cap pollution, must be revised. And any new strategies must be customized to the particular needs and means of those states, developed and developing alike, that will have to implement them.

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