Combating Climate Change: A Transatlantic Approach to Common Solutions

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Center for Transatlantic Relations, The Johns Hopkins University, 2008 - Nature - 296 pages
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This report outlines current action in Europe and the U.S. and lessons that can be learned to advance a transatlantic consensus on climate change. It also serves as a roadmap for a post-2012 framework when the Kyoto Protocol expires. The volume is based on recommendations from a symposium of climate change experts, business leaders, and government officials at the 2007 conference "California-European Dialogue on Climate Change."

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Lisa Emelia Svensson is a diplomat-in residence at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University ? SAIS. She has served in the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs since 2002 and from 2004 to 2007 was first secretary at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C. As a member of the Trade and Economic Section, she worked with water and environmental, corporate social responsibility, transportation, and aviation issues.

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