Clearing the Air: Scenarios for the Future of US Emissions Markets
Cambridge Energy Research Associates
Clearing the Air builds upon previous CERA scenario studies and offers a range of insights and signposts that indicate the short- and long-term directions of US emissions markets—sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxide (NOX), mercury, and carbon dioxide (CO2)—and the strategic implications for the electric power sector.
Climate Change: Selected Nations’ Reports on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Varied in Their Adherence to Standards
The General Accounting Office (GAO)
Report by the GAO decribing the results of reviews and assesments of reports by developed countries on their emissions of carbon dioxide and five other gases whose buildup in
the atmosphere is believed to affect the climate as required under the Framework Convention on Climate Change.