Bush casts shadow over climate treaty

May 2001
Water & Environment International;Apr/May2001, p6
Academic Journal
Reports the refusal of George W. Bush to ratify the global climate treaty Kyoto Protocol in the United States. Coalition by the European Union for the protocol ratification; Support for the pact; Reductions of carbon dioxide emission in industrialized countries; Demands of United States to the third world countries.


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