After Kyoto: Are There Rational Pathways to a Sustainable Global Energy System?
Aspen Institute, 1998 - Business & Economics - 51 pages
The 1998 Aspen Institute Energy Policy Forum considered ways of achieving long-term sustainability, as well as the desirability and feasibility of complying with the Kyoto Agreement. This report contains eight recommendations, including taking a long-term focus, depoliticizing the debate, increasing R&D, and decreasing barriers to innovation.
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