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Managing global climate change through international cooperation : lessons from prior resource management efforts / David L. Feldman.

Main Author: Feldman, David Lewis, 1951-
Language(s): English
Published: Oak Ridge, Tenn. : Global Environmental Studies Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory ; 1990.
Subjects: Ozone layer depletion.
Global warming.
Environmental protection > International cooperation.
Environmental policy > International cooperation.
Global temperature changes.
Climatic changes.
Note: "Prepared for Office of Environmental Analysis, U.S. Department of Energy."
"ORNL/TM-10914."
"Date published - July 1990."
At head of title: Energy Divsion.
Physical Description: ix, 70 p. ; 28 cm.
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