Opinion: U.S. states team with EU for emissions rules

01/14/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

The EU recently approved a system that will cap carbon emissions from airplanes flying to and from the EU, and some U.S. states are pushing the EPA to adopt a similar system, writes Dan Hamilton, a professor of international relations at Johns Hopkins University. He notes a partnership between California and the EU "is breaking the mold of traditional diplomacy." Some believe the proposed cap-and-trade system is not only unworkable, but also would be in violation of international treaty.

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