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Hide details for Acid rainAcid rain
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
Hide details for Air emission trading programAir emission trading program
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
Hide details for BatteriesBatteries
3.4.3. Lead-Acid Battery Deposits
Hide details for Beverage containersBeverage containers
3.4.2. Beverage Container Deposits
Hide details for California Proposition 65California Proposition 65
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
Hide details for Cantor FitzgeraldCantor Fitzgerald
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Carbon dioxide emissionsCarbon dioxide emissions
Foreword
4. Potential Future Savings from New Market-based Instrument Programs
Hide details for ChlorofluorocarbonsChlorofluorocarbons
3.2.2. Chlorofluorocarbon Taxes and Allowance Trading
Hide details for Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
Hide details for Drinking waterDrinking water
4.3. Cost Savings from New Incentive Applications for Water Pollution Control
Hide details for Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know ActEmergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
3.3.3. Reporting Requirements
Hide details for Greenhouse gas emissionsGreenhouse gas emissions
Foreword
4. Potential Future Savings from New Market-based Instrument Programs
Hide details for Kyoto ProtocolKyoto Protocol
4.5. Summary of Cost Savings
Hide details for Municipal wastewaterMunicipal wastewater
4.3. Cost Savings from New Incentive Applications for Water Pollution Control
Hide details for Nitrogen oxidesNitrogen oxides
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
3.2.4. RECLAIM
3.2.6. Regional Nitrogen Oxides Trading Program
Hide details for Nonpoint sourcesNonpoint sources
4.3. Cost Savings from New Incentive Applications for Water Pollution Control
Hide details for Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use ManagementNortheast States for Coordinated Air Use Management
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Oil Pollution ActOil Pollution Act
4.5. Summary of Cost Savings
Hide details for Ozone Transport Assessment GroupOzone Transport Assessment Group
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Ozone Transport CommissionOzone Transport Commission
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Reactive organic gasesReactive organic gases
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
3.2.4. RECLAIM
Hide details for RECLAIMRECLAIM
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
Hide details for South Coast Air Quality Management DistrictSouth Coast Air Quality Management District
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Sulfur dioxideSulfur dioxide
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
3.2.4. RECLAIM
Hide details for Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization ActSuperfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
Hide details for United Nations Environment ProgramUnited Nations Environment Program
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control
Hide details for United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeUnited Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control
Hide details for United States Initiative on Joint ImplementationUnited States Initiative on Joint Implementation
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control


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