Green Week urges everyone to think

Cozier, Muriel
May 2005
European Chemical News;5/30/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2149, p26
Trade Publication
Presents updates on environmental affairs of the European Commission as of May 30, 2005. Focus of the Green Week 2005 of the commission on climate change; Approval of the commission on the plan of Italy to allocate its carbon dioxide emission allowances to Italian companies.


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