New Prospects for Climate Change Regulation

Conference Overview

New Prospects for Climate Change Regulation is a conference on U.S. climate policy that was held at Harvard Law School on March 10, 2006.

The day-long event featured leading policymakers and scholars who assessed recent proposals for a U.S. regime of greenhouse gas regulation. The conference examined and critiqued the leading legislative proposals in Congress, discussed the merits of alternative approaches, drew on lessons from recent experience with other trading regimes, and explored the significance of emerging state and regional approaches to climate regulation. The panels were aimed at a broad audience of scholars and students from a variety of fields, including law, policy, economics and science.

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