The Kyoto Protocol Is Dead, Long Live the Kyoto Protocol

Bailey, Ronald
December 2011
Hit & Run;12/4/2011, p14
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The article focuses on Kyoto Protocol which requires rich countries to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 2015. Kyoto Protocol is one of the main subjects that was discussed in the 17th Conferences of Parties (COP-17) during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa in 2011. Russia, Japan and Canada said that they will not do so while the European Union said it will cut its emissions in accordance to the protocol.


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