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By Henrik Selin, Stacy D. VanDeveer

Research of weather swap coverage options throughout North the USA at transnational, federal, country, and native degrees, related to public, inner most, and civic actors.

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In addition, under the new Fox presidency, INE, which had played a lead role in Mexican climate and environmental politics, was divested of its policy functions and retasked as a research institute. It retained only the responsibility for generating Mexico’s GHG inventory data and national communications under the UNFCCC (Tudela, Gupta, and Peeva 2003). International Drivers of Domestic Climate Politics, 2001–2005 While domestic debates dominated climate politics in Mexico from 1996 to 2000, international dynamics came to the fore in shaping the post-2000 agenda.

Mexican authorities did not regain confidence in the CDM until late 2002. This renewed interest was once again linked to international events. Lichtinger, Fox’s appointed Secretary of the Environment, had been a member of the Mexican delegation to five rounds of the international climate negotiations in 1991 and 1992. Yet, when he first assumed his position a Secretary of the Environment, he chose not to make climate change a high profile issue. A presidential visit to Europe in the spring of 2002 changed that decision.

Annals of Science: The Climate of Man—III. New Yorker 81(12): 52–63. , and Sheldon Kamieniecki, eds. 2007. Business and Environmental Policy: Corporate Interests in the American Political System. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Krauss, Clifford. 2008. Move Over, Oil, There’s Money in Texas Wind. New York Times, February 23. Le Prestre, Philippe, and Peter Stoett, eds. 2006. Bilateral Ecopolitics: Continuity and Change in Canadian-American Environmental Relations. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. 1 Changing Climates and Institution Building across the Continent 21 Levy, David L.

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