After Kyoto: The Cost Of Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

October 1998
Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);Oct98, Vol. 199 Issue 10, p16A
Trade Publication
Discusses various aspects related to the development of the Kyoto Protocol, a global policy requiring most industrialized nations to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an average percent below 1990 levels. Adoption of the United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change; Forecast on global economic ramifications of complying with Kyoto Protocol.


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