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U.S.-Canada Bilateral Efforts to Address Climate Change
  

U.S.-Canada Bilateral Efforts to Address Climate Change

The United States and Canada established a Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change in December 2002 to expand and intensify existing bilateral efforts to address global climate change. As a step in that process, on June 14, 2005, the two countries convened the fourth meeting of the Bilateral Working Group in Washington, DC. The two countries engaged in comprehensive discussions of specific ongoing cooperative activities such as carbon cycle research, climate modeling research, capture and reuse of methane emissions, impacts and adaptation research, and agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation.

12/02/05 -- Launching Discussions on Long-Term Cooperative Action to Address Climate Change; Dr. Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative and Alternate Head of the U.S. Delegation; Remarks on President's Non-Paper; Montreal, Canada
06/20/05 -- The United States and Canada Convene Fourth Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change
04/15/04 -- Statement by the Canadian and United States Co-Chairs Following the Meeting of the Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change; Ottawa, Canada
3/07/02 -- Climate Coordination Announced Between the United States and Canada

  
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