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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 12, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1999

NEWS...
Pew Center on Global Climate Change


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In “The Pew Center on Global Climate Change: Carving a New Path” [EM: The Air & Waste Management Association’s Magazine for Environmental Managers 43-46 (March 1999)], K. Sullivan and S. Hunt describe how the Pew Center on Global Climate Change was formed in May 1998 as an objective voice to effectively respond to the challenge of climate change. The Center promotes a positive and pragmatic approach by educating the public and policymakers and promoting a new role for the business community. Its Business Environment Leadership Council endorses four broad principles on (1) the sufficiency of information on climate change for action; (2) opportunities for emission reductions; (3) implementing market-based mechanisms for control of greenhouse-gas emissions; and (4) addressing climate change while sustaining economic growth through reasonable policies, programs, and transition strategies. The Center emphasizes early action and dialogue on global equity and market mechanisms.

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