A little self-promotion
I just noticed that the International Policy Network has a new webpage for its just-issued book titled Adapt or Die: The Science, Politics, and Economics of Climate Change. The book is a collection of essays on the Kyoto Protocol; you can read a summary of those essays here. One of the chapters is an adaptation of a Harvard Environmental Law Review article that I co-wrote with Clemson economics professor Bruce Yandle. We argued that while the Kyoto Protocol was presented to the public as a pure-hearted attempt to improve the environment, many of its substantive requirements were really designed to help out various multi-national corporations and European countries.