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2004

--12/16/04  Mitigation of Climate Change: Policies and Their Impacts; Ms. Judith Ayres, Assistant Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Tenth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, December 6-17, 2004; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/16/04  Technology and Climate Change; Ms. Larisa Dobriansky, Deputy Assistant Administrator, U.S. Department of Energy; Tenth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/16/04  U.S. Delegation Press Briefing; Dr. Paula Dobriansky, Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, and Head of the U.S. Delegation; Tenth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, December 6-17, 2004; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/13/04  Press Conference -- Delegation of the United States ; Retired Naval Vice Admiral Conrad Lautenbacher, Administrator of U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Tenth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/07/04  U.S. COP-10 Press Conference; Dr. Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative and Alternate Head of the U. S. Delegation; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/06/04  Statement by Dr. Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative and Alternate Head of the U.S. Delegation; Statement to the First Meeting of the Plenary; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/06/04  Statement by the U.S. Delegation; Buenos Aires, Argentina
--12/06/04  United States to Participate in United Nations Climate Change Conference
--11/19/04  Climate Change Fact Sheet; Washington, DC
--11/19/04  U.S. Climate Change Policy
--11/08/04  Arctic Council Ministerial Preparations
--10/20/04  Joint Statement of the United States of America and Italy on Climate Change Research and Technology; Venice, Italy
--07/28/04  International Methane to Markets Partnership to Enhance Clean Energy Sources and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
--07/15/04  United States - New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership Meeting
--06/04/04  Joint Statement of the United States and Brazil Announcing Intention to Expand and Intensify Bilateral Efforts to Address Climate Change; Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/03/04  International Conference for Renewable Energies ; David K. Garman, Acting Under Secretary of Energy, and Assistant Secretary, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy; Keynote Address; Bonn, Germany
--05/20/04  Southern States Energy Board -- Chairman's Forum on Carbon Management; John F. Turner, Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Remarks to the Southern States Energy Board; Washington, DC
--05/11/04  Climate Policy in the United States; Dr. Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative, U.S. Department of State;; Remarks to the Second Annual Brussels Climate Change Conference; Brussels, Belgium
--04/26/04  Joint Statement of the United States and Australia Following the Fourth Meeting of the U.S.- Australia Climate Action Partnership
--04/26/04  U.S.-Australia Climate Action Partnership
--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
--04/13/04  Joint Statement of the United States and The Russian Federation Following the Second Meeting of the U.S.-Russia Climate Change Policy Dialogue Working Group; Washington, DC
--03/19/04  Joint Statement of the United States and China Following the Fifth Meeting of the China-U.S. Working Group on Climate Change; Xi'an, China
--02/25/04  Joint Statement by the United States and South Africa Following the First Meeting of the Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change; Cape Town, South Africa
--02/18/04  U.S. Climate Change Policy; Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative, U.S. Department of State; Digital Video Conference; Washington, DC
--02/12/04  Joint Statement by the United States and Mexico Following the First Meeting of the Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change; Mexico City, Mexico
--01/30/04  Joint Statement by the United States and the European Commission Following the Second Joint Climate Change Science and Technology Workshop
--12/11/03  Joint Statement of the United States and Italy on Climate Change Research and Technology
--07/31/03  Earth Observation Summit
--  Carbon Sequestration Pamphlet; Washington, DC
--  Climate Vision; Washington, DC
--  Earth Observation System; Washington, DC
--  Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative; Washington, DC
--  The Bush Administration's Approach to Climate Change; Washington, DC
--  U.S.-Sponsored Climate Change Adaptation Activities -- Enhancing Resilience; Washington, DC

  
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