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UDENEP426Scattone RaymondSpring

ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Western Climate Initiative, Clean Technology, Analytic Capacity

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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Fossil Fuel, Montreal Protocol, Ozone Depletion

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In democratic societies, public policy is linked to citizens through interest groups. Interest groups urge people to take part in governmental politics
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: New York Mercantile Exchange, Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, Intercontinental Exchange

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Nation"s first mandatory market based program to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide. States participating have est a regional cap on carbon dioxide fro
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.3: Presupposition, Supremacy Clause, Additionality

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Under the interstate commerce clause of the us constitution states are forbidden from enacting laws that place an excessive burden on interstate commer
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UDENEP427Dr. AgbemabieseSpring

ENEP427 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Data Logger, Energy Audit, Energy Engineering

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Begins by applying principles of energy engineering to measure, estimate, or predict energy consumption and energy efficiency. We can use the energy in
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.2: Emission Intensity, Environmental Technology, California Air Resources Board

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The case of a subnational state actor tackling a global challenge. Ca has surpassed any other american state in sheer range of climate policies enacted
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: 112Th United States Congress, 109Th United States Congress, 110Th United States Congress

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This chapter attempts to capture the complexity of institution as it it responds to global climate change. Similarities and differences between house a
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.2: 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Biocapacity, Circular Economy

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In 1992 at un conference on environment and development, the world had enough evidence to know that economic growth was taking its toll on the planet.
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Keeling Curve, Disinformation, Investigative Journalism

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Media is key contributor (among numbers of others) that shape climate change science and policy discourse as well as action. Most of the public collect
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UDENEP427Dr. AgbemabieseSpring

ENEP427 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Amory Lovins, Arthur H. Rosenfeld, Net Present Value

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Energy prices are set by market as influenced by gov policy. Gasoline is market based with fed and state taxes - more of a fee because they are largely
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ENEP426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Clean Development Mechanism, Kyoto Protocol, Global Issue

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Harris chapter 30 climate change and the new china. Since its opening to world in late 1970s china has become connected to world economy and their soci
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UDENEP427Dr. AgbemabieseSpring

ENEP427 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Energy Accounting, Glossary Of Patience Terms, Energy Industry

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Ability to do work (or potential) or produce heat. Excludes coal, crude oil, natural gas, solar power, nuclear power. Secondary energy on the other han
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