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Introduction to the Symposium on Climate Change Localism

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1 The Pacific Coast Collaborative, for example, is a forum for leadership guided by governors from California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and the Premier of British Columbia. In a March 2018 communique, they agreed to cooperate on climate change policies (with Alaska observing). California has been collaborating with states in Brazil and Mexico so that they can offer offsets in California's cap-and-trade program.

2 UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, opened for signature June 4, 1992, 31 ILM 849 (1992) (entered into force Mar. 21, 1994).

4 Duncan Clark, Has the Kyoto protocol made any difference to carbon emissions?, The Guardian (Nov. 26, 2012).

11 Daniel C. Esty & Dena P. Adler, Changing International Law for a Changing Climate, 112 AJIL Unbound 279 (2018).

12 Cinnamon P. Carlarne, On Localism and the Persistent Power of the State, 112 AJIL Unbound 285 (2018).

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