Key emissions trade-off will leave UK 'isolated.'

Cavenagh, Andrew
November 2001
Engineer (00137758);11/23/2001, Vol. 290 Issue 7579, p4
Reports on the government scheme of the United Kingdom to combat global warming. Implications for its objective to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions; Details of the Emissions Trading Scheme; Money allocation issues involved in the scheme.


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