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close this bookClimate Protection Policies: Can We Afford to Delay? (WRI, 1997, 44 pages)
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View the documentFOREWORD
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Open this folder and view contents2. ACHIEVING THE TRANSITION TO A LESS CARBON-INTENSIVE ECONOMY
View the document3. THE INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF U.S. ACTIONS
View the document4. A STRATEGY FOR UNCERTAINTY
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View the document6. THE SPEED OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The author would like to thank a number of people who helped with the research and production of this report.

I am grateful to John Firor, Michael Grubb, Skip Laitner, Amory Lovins, Stephen Schneider and Tom Wigley for acting as external reviewers and for responding so promptly. Within WRI, I thank Paul Faeth, Katrine Fitzgerald, Nancy Kete, Jonathan Lash, Jim Mackenzie, Brian Neubert, Janet Ranganathan and Walt Reid who offered comments on early drafts. I am especially grateful to Liz Cook, Alan Miller and Robert Repetto for their suggestions and encouragement throughout the course of the project.

I also thank Hyacinth Billings and Carol Rosen for managing the publication process, Beth Behrendt and Beth Harvey for their library support, and Marca Hagenstad, Kim Kusek and Alexandra Sevilla for their contributions. In addition, I am grateful to Kevin Gurney for providing a background paper at the project's outset.

While acknowledging the help provided by those mentioned, the author alone is responsible for all views expressed herein, as he is for any errors that remain.

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