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2016-2017 Resolution Ballot

The ballot for the 2016-2017 resolution is available online at: http://cedadebate.org/1617res.

Ballots are due by midnight (central), Tuesday, July 12. Results will be announced on Friday, July 15.

A complete list of the resolutions is below.

You'll need an authorized account on the main CEDA site (not the forums) in order to access the ballot. If you have trouble accessing the site, or if you need to authorize someone to vote on your behalf, contact Jeff Jarman, jeffrey.jarman@wichita.edu.

One vote per school. 2015-2016 CEDA membership is required to vote. An updated list of CEDA members is available at: http://cedadebate.org/1516members.

If you need to pay the membership fee, that can be done online at: http://cedadebate.org/ceda_store.

FINAL SLATE OF RESOLUTIONS

(Big Aff- Climate Change)
The United States should substantially increase domestic climate change mitigation measures in the private sector.

(Big Aff- Emissions)
The United States should increase climate mitigation measures to substantially reduce private sector emissions of greenhouse gases in the United States.

(Market-Based Regulations)
The United States Federal Government should establish market-based regulations on the private sector to: substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions and/or substantially increase renewable electricity generation.

(Restrictions Plus - US)
The United States should establish a domestic climate policy, including at least substantially increasing restrictions on private sector emissions of greenhouse gases in the United States.

(Restrictions Plus - USFG)
The United States Federal Government should establish a domestic climate policy, including at least substantially increasing restrictions on private sector emissions of greenhouse gases in the United States.

(Target - Paris)
The United States Federal Government should increase domestic mitigation measures to meet or exceed its Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement.

(Target - Paris + Carbon Pricing)
The United States should establish domestic mitigation measures, including at least a carbon pricing system, to meet or exceed its Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement.

(Target - 80% below 2005)
The United States should establish domestic policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the United States to at least 80% below 2005 levels by 2050.