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The future mobility of the world population
On average a person spends 1.1Â h per day traveling and devotes a predictable fraction of income to travel. We show that these time and money budgets are stable over space and time and can be usedExpand
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The Regime Complex for Plant Genetic Resources
This article examines the implications of the rising density of international institutions. Despite the rapid proliferation of institutions, scholars continue to embrace the assumption thatExpand
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Global Warming Gridlock: Creating More Effective Strategies for Protecting the Planet
List of figures List of tables Preface and acknowledgements Hard truths on global warming: a roadmap to reading this book Part I. Setting the Scene: 1. Introduction and overview 2. Why global warmingExpand
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Dynamics of energy technologies and global change
Technological choices largely determine the long-term characteristics of industrial society, including impacts on the natural environment. However, the treatment of technology in existing models thatExpand
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Oil and Governance: State-Owned Enterprises and the World Energy Supply
List of figures List of tables Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction David Hults, Mark Thurber and David Victor Part II. Thematic Studies of National Oil Companies: 2. The political economy ofExpand
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The Politics of Fossil-Fuel Subsidies
Summary: governments spend staggering sums of money subsidizing fossil fuels, with many harmful consequences for public budgets, energy markets, and pollution. While there is widespread agreementExpand
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Global passenger travel: implications for carbon dioxide emissions
Humans spend, on average, a constant fraction of their time and expenditure on travel. These and a few other constraints allow a new model for projecting regional and world travel, which we use toExpand
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The implementation and effectiveness of international environmental commitments : theory and practice
Introduction and overview, David G. Victor et al. Part 1 Systems for implementation review: long-term trends in systems for implementation review in international agreements on fauna and flora, JohnExpand
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The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the Struggle to Slow Global Warming
Preface vii CHAPTER 1 Crisis and Opportunity 3 CHAPTER 2 Kyoto's Fantasyland: Allocating the Atmosphere 25 CHAPTER 3 Monitoring and Enforcement 55 CHAPTER 4 Rethinking the Architecture 75 CHAPTER 5Expand
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