TITLE

The future of Kyoto climate accord is still up in the air

AUTHOR(S)
Barr, Cameron; Goodrich, Lawrence J.
PUB. DATE
December 1997
SOURCE
Christian Science Monitor;12/12/97, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions reached at the global warming conference in Kyoto, Japan in December of 1997. Number of nations that will adopt binding targets for emission reductions; How the absence of a requirement that developing nations be held to binding targets is expected to affect United States approval of the agreement; Comments from Vice President Al Gore. INSET: What the global-warming pact requires..
ACCESSION #
9712146294

 

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