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Panel Discussion - UN Climate Change Conference: Implications for Domestic Energy Policy, Copenhagen, and Beyond

A panel discussion featuring Boston-area energy policy experts. Gilbert Metcalf, Applied Public Finance, Department of Economics, Tufts University John Parsons, Director, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change John Reilly, Behavioral and Policy Sciences, Sloan School of Management Robert Stowe, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Moderated by Travis Franck, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change This discussion took place on January 13th, 2009 as part of Energy Futures Week.

Comments (5)

Presently, US hIghly unlikely to be prepared for making binding commitments during next year’s conference

Posted 7 years by Anonymous 00:11:29

Kyoto not ratified yet.

Posted 7 years by Anonymous 00:12:13

UNFCC should be flexible on individual country commitment due economic situation or preparedness for commitment.

Posted 7 years by Anonymous 00:22:27

Reduced taxation of smart grid

Posted 7 years by Anonymous 00:27:17

US should lead developed nations by example then encourage developing countries

Posted 7 years by Anonymous 00:36:41

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