Achieving a Domestic Consensus on Global Climate Change in the United States: Sine Qua Non to an Effective Global Response?.

Reifsnyder, Daniel.


  • Abstract: Many believe that solving global climate change has become mired in discord and controversy, and that the U.N. negotiations are hopelessly stuck. This study asks why that is and what can be done about it? It argues that the United States is an indispensable party but that the absence of a domestic consensus makes the United States reluctant to lead - and that this is a key reason for ... read more
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