The paper "Domestic Climate Policy" is an amazing example of coursework on social science. Policymakers can incorporate the Domestic Climate PolicyFramework into a widely accepted environmental policy. Indeed, policymakers have been participating in the debate on climate policy. The policymakers can incorporate the Domestic Climate Policy Framework in designing a domestic greenhouse gasses cap-and-trade program that seeks to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses (Hanemann, 2012). Apparently, the cap-and-trade program is seemingly a widely accepted environmental policy in the United States. The location and success of the cap-and-trade program in reducing the emission of greenhouse gasses will rely on the regulatory measures defined by the Domestic Climate Policy Framework (Hanemann, 2012).
Indeed, in designing a cap-and-trade environmental policy, policymakers must consider the regulations of air pollutants and the challenges posed by greenhouse gasses as stated in the Domestic Climate Policy. The cap-and-trade environmental policy will be a complementary policy of the Domestic Climate Policy (Hanemann, 2012). Indeed, an effective GHC policy will control domestic emissions, provide economic incentives, and encourage long-term cooperative action to reduce GHG emissions across the globe (Koop, 2010).
Moreover, policymakers can incorporate Domestic Climate Policy Framework in designing an environmental policy that will foster global climate change by conserving water resources across the world (Levina & Adams, 2006). Policymakers can incorporate the Domestic Climate Policy Framework in environmental policies that address the management of water resources as the climate changes. The environmental policy will relate to the existing water policy frameworks, legal frameworks, and water-planning mechanisms defined in the Domestic Climate Policy Framework (Levina & Adams, 2006). Policymakers can incorporate the Domestic Climate Policy into water policy frameworks to address climate change across the globe.
Indeed, policymakers can enhance water policy frameworks in each country to promote adaptation to global climate change.