5 edition of Integrating U.S. climate, energy, and transportation policies found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Integrating US climate, energy, and transportation policies|
|Statement||[edited by] Liisa Ecola ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ecola, Liisa., Rand Environment, Energy, and Economic Development (Program), Rand Transportation, Space, and Technology (Program)|
|LC Classifications||TD885.5.G73 I5678 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009004356|
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In the U.S., transportation systems have been typically designed with a year lifespan and to withstand local weather and climate (e.g., year storm). However, due to climate change, historic events no longer are a reliable predictor of future impacts. Climate change is expected to have noticeable effects in the United States: a rise in average temperatures in most regions, changes in precipitation amounts and seasonal patterns in many regions, changes in the intensity and pattern of extreme weather events, and sea level rise. Some of these effects have clear implications for energy production and use.
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Get this from a library. Integrating U.S. climate, energy, and transportation policies: proceedings of three workshops. [Liisa Ecola; Rand Environment, Energy, and Economic Development (Program); Rand Transportation, Space, and Technology (Program);] -- Three workshops on policies for mitigating climate change brought together representatives of.
Read the full-text online edition of Integrating U.S. Climate, Energy, and Transportation Policies: Proceedings of Three Workshops (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Integrating U.S. Climate, Energy, and. Climate change and the greenhouse gases that cause it are a growing concern among policymakers and the broader public.
The interconnection of climate change mitigation policy with the key sectors of energy and transportation is a major challenge facing the new president and his : Liisa Ecola, Scott Hassell, Michael Toman, Martin Wachs. Get this and transportation policies book a library.
Integrating U.S. climate, energy, and transportation policies: proceedings of three workshops. [Liisa Ecola;] -- Three workshops on policies for mitigating climate change brought together representatives of government, industry, advocacy groups, and the research community to address the interconnection of.
Three workshops on climate change mitigation policy brought together representatives of government, industry, advocacy groups, and the research community to address the interconnection of such policies with the energy and transportation : Liisa Ecola, Scott Hassell, Michael Toman, Martin Wachs.
Ecola, Liisa. and Rand Environment, Energy, and Economic Development (Program). and Rand Transportation, Space, and Technology (Program). Integrating U.S. climate, energy, and transportation policies: proceedings of three workshops / [edited by] Liisa Ecola. How policies aimed at addressing climate change, air pollution, and energy use can be effectively integrated.
The idea of the interconnectedness of nature is at the heart of environmental science. By contrast, American policy making and governance are characterized by fragmentation. Separation of powers, divergent ideologies, and geographical separation all.
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