Options for Future Climate Change Policy: Transatlantic Perspectives
For many years, climate policy has been a source of tension between the United States and Europe. Nevertheless a transatlantic dialogue organized through the International Network to Advance Climate Talks (INTACT) has provided clear evidence that the differences dividing the United States and Europe are far smaller than commonly thought. Building on the results of a series of high-level workshops and informal policy roundtables, INTACT in early 2005 launched an intensive effort to uncover new approaches for US-European cooperation in addressing the critical issue of climate change.
Friedemann Müller, Alex Riechel (eds.)
Options for Future Climate Policy: Transatlantic Perspectives
INTACT Project paper, October 2005, 123 pages