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This book contains the proceedings of a conference held at the LBJ School of Public Affairs on March 7, 2000. The purpose of the conference was to bring together a diverse group of scientists, researchers, and policy experts to examine the effectiveness of the proposed Kyoto Protocol in addressing global climate change. The first session establishes the scientific background behind the issue of whether or not climate change is actually occurring. The second session evaluates whether or not the Kyoto Protocol could be an effective political, economic, and management process for responding to global climate change. The proceedings from this conference present the complexity of scientific, engineering, political, economic, and social issues involved in discussing global climate change.
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