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  1. 1. Global Climate Change: Causes and Impacts of Global Climate Change Master of Public Policy and Administration Program California Lutheran University November 11, 2001 Melanie D. Ravan Bibliography I. Legal References (a) International Agreements: 1. The Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer (1985) TG/PI/POLICY/montpro.html. 2. The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (1987) 3. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (1994) 4. The Kyoto Protocol (1997) (b) Federal Statutes: 1. The Clean Air Act (1990 Amendments), 42 U.S.C. Section 7401 2. The United States Global Change Research Program Act (1990), 15 U.S.C. Section 2951 II. Governmental Entity Studies and Reports (a) International Entities 1. United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) htpp:// and
  2. 2. i. “Understanding Climate Change: A Guide to the UN Framework Convention and Kyoto Protocol”, ii. IPCC Third Assessment Report, “Climate Change 2001: Synthesis Report iii. IPCC Working Group I “Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis”, including the Policymaker’s Summary and the Technical Summary iv. IPCC Working Group II “Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptations and Vulnerability”, including the Policymaker’s Summary and the Technical Summary v. IPCC Working Group III “Climate Change 2001: Mitigation of Climate Change”, including the Policymaker’s Summary and the Technical Summary (b) National Entities 1. The United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, 2. The United States Global Change Research Information Office, i. The United States Global Change Research Program, National Assessment Team, “Climate Change Impacts on the United States: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change”, 2001. ii. Our Changing Planet-The FY 2001 US Global Research Program 3. The United States Environmental Protection Agency Global Warming Site i. US EPA National Emissions Inventory, ii. “Global Warming and Our Changing Climate”, Office of Air and Radiation, April 2000, EPA 430-F-00-011. 2
  3. 3. iii. “Climate Change Update on the Science” Dr. Joel Scheraga, National Program Director, US GCRP, March 2001, dsis=20261&z_chk=64068 iv. “The Ecological Consequences of Recent Climate Change”, US GCRP, US EPA, Dr. John McCarty, April 2001, printed in Conservation Biology, Pages 320-331, Volume 15, No. 2, April 2000 v. “Greenhouse Effect, Sea Level Rise and Coastal Wetlands, Ed. J. G. Titus, 1988, Washington DC, US EPA, 4. National Aeronautical and Space Administration, Goddard Institute for Space Studies i. Point paper by Dr. James Hansen, Director, Goddard Institute for Space Studies, “The Global Warming Debate”, III. Educational and Non-Profit Institutions Studies and Reports 1. The Pew Center on Global Climate Change, i. “Climate Change: Science, Strategies and Solutions”, Claussen, Ed., 2001, ISBN 90-04-12276-1. ii. “The Science of Climate Change: Global and United States Perspectives”, Dr. Tom M. L. Wigley, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1999. iii. “Policy Maker’s Guide”, iv. “Ecosystems and Global Climate Change: A Review of Potential Impacts on United States Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biodiversity”, Dr. Jay R. Malcolm, December 2000, v. “Sea Level Rise and Global Climate Change-A Review of Impacts to United States Coasts”, Ed. J.E. Neumann, February 2000 2. World Wildlife Fund Climate Change Campaign, 3
  4. 4. i. “Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events”, University of Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies, September 2000, ii. “Global Warming and Terrestrial Biodiversity Decline-Speed Kills”, Dr. Jay Malcolm, Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, August 2000, iii. Point Paper on Analysis of the Bonn Political Agreement on the Kyoto Protocol, July 27, 2001 3. The Center for Sustainable Development in the Americas, Climate Change Glossary 4. Center for International Environmental Law, Bonn Agreement Point Paper, August 2001 i. Center for International Environmental Law, Point Paper on Mandate of the CoP to Adopt Compliance Procedures and Mechanisms, September 2001 5. The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, “Health Sector Assessment” for the USGCRP, 2000, IV. For Profit Entity Studies and Reports 1. The World Bank Group, Point Paper on Recent Developments in Climate Change Negotiations and Implications on the Carbon Market, 2. Cantor Fitzgerald and Price Waterhouse, Carbon Commerce (CO2E), Glossary i. Cantor Fitzgerald and Price Waterhouse, Carbon Commerce (CO2E), Science and Technical, International Policy, and Kyoto Protocol Flexibility Mechanisms Policy Papers 4