TITLE

Developing nations take initiative on greenhouse gases

AUTHOR(S)
Brumfiel, Geoff
PUB. DATE
October 2002
SOURCE
Nature;10/31/2002, Vol. 419 Issue 6910, p869
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the results of a report which shows that some of the world's largest developing nations have begun reducing their greenhouse-gas emissions, even though they are exempt from the Kyoto Protocol, the international agreement on limiting emissions. Amount by which countries including China, Brazil, and Turkey have reduced greenhouse-gas growth; Programs used by the countries to effect the change; Opposition to the Kyoto Protocol from the U.S. and Australia.
ACCESSION #
8529830

 

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