Supposedly maize and blue make green

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Jana von Stein
University of Michigan

Jana's Climate Change Page
Alaskan glacier. This one is not receding, but others are. Click here for more troubling photos elsewhere.

Click to link Basic presentation materials on climate change.
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The International Law and Politics of Climate Change: Ratification of the United Nations Framework Convention and the Kyoto Protocol. Forthcoming, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 52 (2).
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Web appendix
(additional tables, calculation of variables, robustness checks).

Do I study the international climate change regime because I'm a tree-hugger, or because I'm interested in treaties? Both,
I suppose. I'm no climatologist, so I cannot speak to the question of whether/why global warming is occurring. There is now virtually no disagreement among climatologists on this question. I am worried. So, while I hope you'll read my paper, I also
hope you'll take whatever steps you can to tackle this problem, in your daily life and/or at other levels of engagement.
Below are a few links. Please email me others; I am particularly interested in well-argued dissenting opinions...

World Meteorological Organization          Manbearpig        Greenpeace        Supposedly maize and blue make green          EPA          UNEP          Sierra Club