Theoretically, a climate change alliance shouldn’t be necessary, as every state and country should want to reduce GHG emissions regardless of what their neighbors are doing. However, in practice this is a good idea, because a sense of competition can keep member states on track. In fact, a sort of program already exists. The Western Climate Initiative, composed of several western US states and two provinces in Canada have such a goal. Perhaps a larger agreement between the entirety of both countries would be more effective. Even more effective would be a worldwide agreement, which is what many are hoping for out of the Copenhagen conference coming up soon.
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