Which Types of Measures Are More Likely to Bring Progress in Combating Climate Change?
Article from: OGEL 4 (2009), in Climate Change
There has been a radical shift in favour of states' intervention to address reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. In so doing, certain countries are attempting to reduce the world's greenhouse gas emissions to an acceptable level that may prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with climate change. To achieve that objective, each pro-active state, has and will look at a myriad of mechanisms that tackle these entrenched social and economic indicators that flow predominantly from energy intensive industries. Fossil fuel producers and consumers are major culprits affecting the ...