More Climate Change Meetings Considered

July 1999
Coal Age;Jul99, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
Provides information on the voiced support of some developing countries to a series of meetings on global climate change in Bonn, Germany. Actions taken by the G-77/China developing country group; Role of Michael Grub, author of the book `The Kyoto Protocol: A Guide and Assessment.'


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