The European Commission Is Preparing Measures To Cap Carbon Emissions

June 2009
AirGuide Online.com;6/15/2009, p2
The article reports that the European Commission is preparing measures to cap carbon emissions from shipping if the global maritime industry fails to come up with its own proposals soon. It is informed that a Copenhagen conference in December 2009 is due to agree a successor to the United Nation's Kyoto Protocol on fighting climate change.


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