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Topicality One

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T-KOJWuDDI ‘08
We win by Technical Knock Out!
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T-KOJWuDDI ‘08
9 ALTERNATIVES, 5 INCENTIVES 1NC
A. Interpretations:Incentives in the context of USFG policy is 5 things
Tom,
Dedeurwaerdere
,
Centre for 
Philosophy of Law
, Université Catholique de Louvain
3
-
“Bioprospection: From theEconomics of Contracts to Reflexive Governance,” www.bioecon.ucl.ac.uk/4th_paper/Dedeurwaerdere.doc)
Here I
employ the broad definition of 
incentives
used in the OECD handbook on incentive measures
, cover
ing both
direct andindirect incentives:
 
“The incentive measures presented can be roughly
categorised in the following
eight
groups: fees
, charges andenvironmental
taxes;
market creation and assignment of well-defined
property rights
; reform or 
removal of 
adverse
subsidies;regulations
and access restrictions; environmental funds and public financing; information provision and capacity building; economicvaluation of environmental benefits and costs; and stakeholder involvement and institution building
.
Only
the
first
five groups
actually
comprise “incentive measures” as traditionally understood, i.e. the implementation or abolition of an administrativeact by
an authority, usually
the central government, with a legal grounding and the explicit objective to induce a certainbehaviour”
(OECD, 1999, p. 73). In this discussion, I have included information provision, stakeholder involvement, economicvaluation, and capacity and institution building under the evolutionary approaches to incentive politics, while other approaches mighthave chosen to group them under framework building (OECD, 1999, p. 97) or reflexive implementation processes (Ibid, p. 14; p. 73
).
2. Alternative energy are 9 things, that exclude fossil and nuclear energy
Republic of Korea, 97
 
(“Act on the Promotion of the Development and Use of Alternative Energy.”,http://faolex.fao.org/docs/texts/kor51024.doc)1
.The term "alternative energy" means other energy resources than petroleum, coal, atomic energy, or natural gas,which fall under one of the following
subparagraphs:
 (a) Solar energy;(b) Bio energy;(c) Wind force;(d) Small hydraulic power;(e) Fuel cells;(f) Energy from liquefied or gasified coal, and from gasified heavy residual oil;(g) Energy from the ocean;(h) Energy from waste treatment;(i) Geothermal energy
B. Violation—the aff ________________________________________________ C. Vote neg for education, fairness, and jurisdiction1. We allow ample ground on both sides—the neg has 9 energy links and 5 mechanism links tocover all 45 of plans the aff can choose from2. Brightline limits; our sources clearly defines what is and is not alternative energy, best forclarity and resolving jurisdiction3. Our sources are in context of government policies, most relevant to policymaking4. Topic education—get to the heart of the topic; we advance clash on "alternative energy" and"incentives"
We win by Technical Knock Out!
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T-KOJWuDDI ‘08
T—IN THE U.S. 1NC
 
A. Interpretations"In" means within the bounds of American Heritage, 6
4
th
edition
In: a. Within the
limits,
bounds, or area of 
:
was hit in the face; born in the spring; a chair in the garden.
US is the 50 statesRandom House unabridged, 6
United States -a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); withAlaska and Hawaii, 3,615,122 sq. mi. (9,363,166 sq. km). Capital: Washington, D.C. Abbreviation: U.S., US
B. Violation— They don't increase incentives for alternative energy in the United StatesC. Vote negative for fairness, education, and jurisdiction1. Explodes the limits to increasing incentives in any country; can claim advantages off relations orlocal issues of any of them2. Moots neg ground to US economy, politics, and international counterplans
We win by Technical Knock Out!
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