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PERSPECTIVES ON THE KYOTO PROTOCOL

SUMMER 1998


Kyoto's Unfinished Business
Foreign Affairs
By Henry D. Jacoby, Ronald G. Prinn, and Richard Schmalensee
July/August 1998
Changing the Market Climate for Emissions Trading
Resources For The Future (RFF) - Weathervane
By Heather Ross
August 1998
The Accounting of Biological Sinks and Sources Under the Kyoto Protocol --
A Step Forwards or Backwards for Global Environmental Protection?

WBGU -- German Advisory Council on Global Change
Special Report 1998

SPRING 1998


Stuart E. Eizenstat, Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs
Statement before the House International Relations Committee, Washington, D.C., May 13, 1998
How Workable is the Kyoto Protocol? on Resources for the Future's Weathervane site
features articles by Richard Benedick, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, John Firor, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Daniel Lashof, Natural Resources Defense Council, Steven Percy, BP America, Martin Zimmerman, Ford Motor Company
The Kyoto Protocol: A Gap Analysis
by the Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers who examine public issues that affect the economy
Does Kyoto Protocol Fall Short of the Mark?
New York Law Journal, by Richard A. Horsch and Joseph D. Richards, April 27, 1998
The Kyoto Protocol: Business Recommends a Framework that Supports Trade and Investment
By Norene Kennedy, United States Council for International Business (USCIB), on the ICTSD web site
The Challenge of Global Climate Change, Implementing the Kyoto Protocol
By Kilaparti Ramakrishna, Deputy Director, Woods Hole Research Center
Norwegian government proposals for following up the Kyoto Protocol
What Does The Kyoto Protocol On Climate Change Imply For The Future?
by Bert Richard Johannes Bolin, Recipient of the 1998 AAAS International Scientific Cooperation Award and Former Chair of the IPCC
Strategies for Responding to the Kyoto Protocol
by RFF's Michael Toman, Presented at a conference on "Global Climate Change:  Responding to the Kyoto Agreement."  Held on March 16, 1998, in Bologna, Italy,
Kyoto, Global Warming and the 21st Century: a "Global Warming Central" Perspective
By:  Ed Smeloff and Fred Branfman, Pace Law School
Global Warming Central
also features an electron version of the Kyoto Protocol that incorporates links to other official documents referenced in the Protocol's text
Natural Resouces Defense Council
A Few Wrinkles Still Need to be Ironed Out of the Landmark Global Warming Agreement.
An Environmental Perspective on International Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading
by Chris Rolfe, West Coast Environmental Law Association
The Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change - Finished and Unfinished Business
by Dr. Hermann E. Ott, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy