For years, the International Council for Capital
Formation has conducted research on international climate change
policies and their economic and environmental effects.
In addition, ICCF members have given presentations
at international climate change conferences, such as the World Climate
Change Conference in Moscow.
The ICCF invites you to read our reports and presentations
by exploring the links at the left of this page.
The Asia Pacific Partnership: Its Role in Promoting
a Positive Climate for Investment, Economic Growth and Greenhouse
Reports on the Economic Cost of the Kyoto Protocol
to Italy, Spain and the U.K.
Other Recent Climate Change Material:
The Impact of
Voluntary Measures and the Asia-Pacific Partnership for Reducing
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Experts Agree: Kyoto
Not Working, Technology Approach to Climate Change is the Answer
Overview of U.S.
Climate Change Policy
Cost of the Kyoto Protocol: Can We Move Forward without Harming
Supplies: Integrating Climate Change Policies and Renewable Energy
Standards with the Goal of a Secure Energy Future
Change Policy: Cost Effective Strategies
Growth and Freedom Promote Climate Policy
Warn "Cost of Kyoto 10 to 15 Times Over EU Predictions"
Change Policy and Economic Growth: A Way Forward to Ensure Both
Declares "The Kyoto Protocol isn't a step forward, it's a step