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Coal Industry

Natural Gas

Energy Efficiency

Treaty Requirements

Energy Efficiency

Pollution-Prevention Technology

Treaty Requirements

China

Treaty Requirements

Capturing CO2 Results

U.S. Lead in Energy-Efficient Technologies

Capturing CO2

Treaty Requirements

China

Joint Implementation

China

Joint Implementation

Nuclear Power

CO2 Reduction in Europe

China

Politics of Global Warming

Unintended Consequences

Energy Taxes

Building Design

Unintended Consequences of Black Market CFCs

Lack of Scientific Consensus

Patent Protection

November 6, 1997: Countdown to Kyoto, Part III: The Administra-

tion's Global Climate Change Proposal

Opening Statement by Representative Ken Calvert (CA-43), Chairman, Sub-

committee on Energy and Environment, Committee on Science, U.S. House

of Representatives

Opening Statement by Representative Tim Roemer (IN-3), Ranking Minority

Member, Subcommittee on Energy and Environment, Committee on

Science, U.S. House of Representatives

Opening Statement by Representative George E. Brown, Jr., (CA-2), Ranking

Minority Member, Committee on Science, U.S. House of Representatives

Panel:

Senator Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut

Oral Testimony

Prepared Testimony

Discussion:

Consensus of Scientists

Participation of Developing Countries in Kyoto Agreement

Mr. Marc W. Chupka, Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy

and International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC

Oral Testimony

Prepared Testimony

Biography

Mr. Fred L. Smith, Jr., President, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washing-

ton, DC ....

Oral Testimony

Prepared Testimony

Biography

Financial Disclosure Statement

Dr. Robert T. Watson, Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,

Washington, DC

Oral Testimony

Prepared Testímony

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Satellite Temperature Data vs. Surface Measurements

Is Climate Change Underway?

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Democratic Members:

Validity of Ground Level Temperature Measurements and Climate Mod-

els

Water Vapor Feedback Loop

Dr. Alan Robock, Professor, Department of Meteorology, University of Mary-

land, College Park, Maryland

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Climate Model Uncertainties

Arctic Ice and GCMs

Flux Adjustments in GCMs

Parameterization in GCMs

Moist Convective Processes in GCM8

Models and Regional-Scale Predictions

Theoretical Limits of the Predictability of Global Climate

Climate Data and Observations

Impact of Industrial Country Emissions on Climate

IPCC Process ....

Hurricane Frequency

Hurricanes in GCMS

Tropical Storms in GCMs

Melting of Glaciers in Glacier National Park

Role of Aerosols

Global Warming and the Possibility of a New Ice Age

Temperature and CO2 Record

Relative Impact of Various Greenhouse Gases

Deforestation

Is Climate Change Underway?

Dr. Aristides A. Patrinos, Associate Director of Energy Research and Director,

Office of Biological and Environmental Research, U.S. Department of En-

ergy, Washington, DC

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Climate Model Uncertainties

Impact of Developed Country Emission Reductions on Climate

Models and Regional-Scale Predictions

IPCC Process

Theoretical Limits of the Predictability of Global Climate

1995 IPCC Report and Extreme Weather Events

"Little Ice Age and Climate Models

Role of Aerosols

Solar Activity and Climate

Historical Temperature and CO2 Data

Impact of Various Greenhouse Gases

Is Climate Change Underway?

Dr. Ronald G. Prinn, TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Direc-

tor, Center for Global Change Science, Massachusetts Institute of Tech-

nology, Cambridge, MA

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Climate Model Imperfections

Arctic Ice and GCMs

Climate Model Uncertainties

Flux Adjustments in GCMs

Parameterization in GCM8

Human Influence on Global Climate

Models and Regional-Scale Predictions

Role of Aerosols

Predictability of Climate Change

Climate Data and Observations

Satellite Temperature Data vs. Surface Measurements

IPCC Process

Impact of Industrial Country Emissions on Climate

"Little Ice Age" and Climate Models

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Melting of Glaciers in Glacier National Park

Hurricane Frequency

Hurricanes and GCMs

Global Warming and the Possibility of a New Ice Age

Temperature and CO2 Record

Relative Impact of Various Greenhouse Gases

Deforestation

Is Climate Change Underway?

October 9, 1997: Countdown to Kyoto, Part II: Economics of a Global

Climate Change Agreement

Dr. W. David Montgomery, Vice President, Charles River Associates, Wash-

ington, DC

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Five-Lab Study

Argonne Study

Cost of Reducing CO2 Emissions

Least-Cost Regulatory Policies

Impacts of an Emissions Trading Policy on Costs of Gasoline or Home

Heating Oil

U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Efficiency of U.S. Markets

Regional Economic Impacts

Cost Impacts of Near-Term Emission Reductions

Long-Term Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions

Impacts of Emissions Limitations on Investment in the U.S.

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Democratic Members:

Economic Model Assumptions

Energy-Intensive Industry Trends

“Top-Down" vs. “Bottoms-Up” Models

Reasons for Not Reducing CO2 Emissions Through Voluntary Efforts

Energy Prices in the U.S. vs. Other Countries

Energy Cost Subsidization by the U.S. and Other Nations

Mr. Marc W. Chupka, Acting Assistant Secretary for Policy and International

Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Argonne Study

Regional Impacts

Participation of Other Nations

Migration of Industries to Developing countries

Security Implications of a Shift in Strategic Industries to Overseas Loca-

tions

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Democratic Members:

Model Assumptions

Current Trends and Policy Impacts & Economic Factors for Industry

Trends

"Top-Down" vs. “Bottoms-Up" Models

Voluntary Programs and Climate Goals

Energy Prices in the U.S. vs. Other Countries

Energy Cost Subsidization by the U.S. and Other Nations

U.S. Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Use of Energy Subsidies to Attract Industry

Dr. Joseph J. Romm, Acting Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and

Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC

Answers to post-hearing questions submitted by Chairman Calvert:

Five-Lab Study Assumptions

Five -Lab Study Specific Calculations

Five-Lab Study Peer Reviewers

Cost of Five-Lab Study

Mitigation of CO2 Emissions

U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Fuel Cells

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