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WWD Topicality

WWD Topicality

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SDI 08WW(J)D
WW(J)D TOPICALITY 2.0
INCREASE
WW(J)D TOPICALITY 2.0 .............................................................................................................................................................1WW(J)D ..................................................................................................................................................................1INCREASE = NOT A DISINCENTIVE .........................................................................................................................................3v. intr.....................................................................................................................................................................................32. To multiply; reproduce....................................................................................................................................................3INCREASE = NOT REMOVE A BARRIER ..................................................................................................................................4v. intr.....................................................................................................................................................................................42. To multiply; reproduce....................................................................................................................................................4INCENTIVES = ONLY POSITIVE ...............................................................................................................................................5Garcia 08. (Nicolas, with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, Greenhouse Gas Mitiation Options for Washington State, pg. 39-40, http://yosemite.epa.gov/gw/StatePolicyActions.nsf/uniqueKeyLookup/MSTY5Q4LPY?OpenDocument) ...........................................................................................................................................................................52NC OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................................................................62NC AT: CINTERP -- CAN BE BOTH ..........................................................................................................................................7Driesen 98. [David, Assistant Professor of Law, Syracuse University College of Law; J.D., Yale University, "Is EmissionsTrading an Economic Incentive Program" Washington & Lee Law Review -- lexis] ................................................................7AT: CAP AND TRADE IS THE CORE OF THE TOPIC ..............................................................................................................8AT: ITS BETTER FOR THE NEG TO ANSWER REGULATIONS ...........................................................................................9AT: BUT NEGATIVE INCENTIVES ARE TOPICAL… ............................................................................................................10AT: REASONABILITY ................................................................................................................................................................11SDI 08 ...............................................................................................................................................................................................1 NEGATIVE INCENTIVES NOT TOPICAL ..............................................................................................................................12 NEG INCENTIVES = REGULATIONS .......................................................................................................................................13COMMAND AND CONTROL NOT TOPICAL .........................................................................................................................14INCENTIVES = FINANCIAL 1NC ..............................................................................................................................................15D. Topicality is a voting issue—it tells the Negative what to and what not to prepare for in debates .....................................15INCENTIVES = FINANCIAL EXTENSIONS .............................................................................................................................16INCENTIVES MUST BE EXTERNAL 1NC ................................................................................................................................17INCENTIVES MUST BE EXTERNAL EXTENSIONS ..............................................................................................................18INCENTIVES = SPECIFIC NEW POLICIES 1NC ......................................................................................................................19INCENTIVES CAN BE IMMEDIATE OR LONG-TERM ..........................................................................................................20INCENTIVES CAN BE INTERNAL/A2 MUST BE EXTERNAL ..............................................................................................21INCENTIVES CAN BE INTERNAL/A2 MUST BE EXTERNAL ..............................................................................................23ALTERNATIVE ENERGY INCENTIVES = ELECTRICITY SECTOR 1NC ............................................................................24ALTERNATIVE ENERGY INCENTIVES = ELECTRICITY SECTOR EXTENSIONS ..........................................................25ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = NOT NUCLEAR/OIL/COAL/NAT GAS 1NC ............................................................................26ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = NOT OIL/NAT GAS (ALLOWS FOR COAL) 1NC ...................................................................27ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = NOT OIL/NAT GAS/NUKE POWER .........................................................................................28ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = DERIVED FROM NONTRADITIONAL SOURCES 1NC ........................................................29ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = SOURCES NOT HARMING THE ENVIRONMENT ................................................................30ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = RENEWABLES/FUEL CELLS/CONSERVATION TECH ........................................................31ALTERNATIVE ENERGY = REDUCE OIL/COAL DEPENDENCE. ......................................................................................32ALTERNATIVE ENERGY INCLUDES OCEAN THERMAL ...................................................................................................33ALTERNATIVE ENERGY LAUNDRY LIST ............................................................................................................................34INCREASE (ALGAE SPECIFIC) .................................................................................................................................................35v. intr...................................................................................................................................................................................352. To multiply; reproduce..................................................................................................................................................35CTL AIN’T T .................................................................................................................................................................................36CAP AND TRADE UNTOPICAL ................................................................................................................................................37FLEX FUEL NOT TOPICAL .......................................................................................................................................................39FEEBATES NOT T ........................................................................................................................................................................40Green Car Congress 07. (“Canadian Auto Feebate Program a “First Step”, But Needs Improvement”, November 23,http://www.greencarcongress.com/2007/11/study-canadian.html) ......................................................................................40INCENTIVES CAN BE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ...............................................................................................................411
 
SDI 08WW(J)D
INCREASE = NOT A DISINCENTIVE
A. INCREASE MEANS TO BECOME GREATER OR LARGER.
American Heritage Dictionary 6
. [Fourth edition, accessed viahttp://dictionary.reference.com/browse/increase]v. intr.
1.
To become greater or larger
.
2. To multiply; reproduce.
B. VIOLATION – THE AFF PLACES DISINCENTIVES FOR THE USE OF FOSSIL FUELS – THEY DON’T INCREASE THE NUMBER OF INCENTIVES FOR ALTERNATIVE ENERGY.C. REASONS TO PREFER --
1.
LIMITS
– THE AFF MAKES THE TOPIC BIDIRECTIONAL BY ALLOWING BOTH INCENTIVES FORALTERNATIVE ENERGY AND DISINCENTIVES FOR FOSSIL FUELS – THIS EXPLODES THE TOPICKILLING TOPIC SPECIFIC EDUCATION AND CLASH.
2.
GROUND
– ONLY OUR INTERPRETATION PRESERVES CORE NEG GROUND – I.E. INCREASINGINCENTIVES WHICH IS CRUCIAL TO OUR LINKS TO DISADS AND COUNTEPRLAN GROUND.
3.
BRIGHTLINE
– YOU EITHER INCREASE INCENTIVES OR YOU DON’T – PREFER THE SPECIFICTYOF OUR INTERPRETATION.
D. VOTER FOR FAIRNESS ABUSE AND JURISDICTION.
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