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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. PURPOSE OF REPORT
1.2. SCOPE OF THE REPORT
2. GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON ECONOMIC INCENTIVES
2.2.6. Reinventing Environmental Regulations
2.3.2. EPA Air and Water Policy Initiatives
2.4. LEGISLATION: CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1990
4.3. AIR EMISSION FEES
4.3.1. Permit Fees
4.3.1.1. Air Emission Permit Fees in Maine
4.3.1.2. Emission Permit Fees for South Coast Air Quality Management District
4.3.1.3. California "Hot Spots" Fees
4.3.2. Ozone Non-Attainment Area Fees
4.5.1.3. Ozone-depleting Chemicals
4.5.2.6. Texas Clean Fuel Incentive Surcharge
4.6. ROAD USER FEES
6.1. TRADING IN CLEAN AIR ACT PROGRAMS: AN OVERVIEW
6.2. FOUNDATIONS OF AIR EMISSION TRADING
6.2.1. Offset Program
6.2.2. Bubble Policy
6.2.3. Banking
6.2.4. Netting
6.2.5. Evaluation of Early Emission Trading Activities
6.3. ACID RAIN ALLOWANCE TRADING
6.3.1. Allowances
6.3.2. Monitoring and Compliance
6.3.3. Allowance Auction
6.3.4. Transaction Costs
6.3.5. Results


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