G8 inertia: There's always next year

Lafferty, Brennan
July 2005
Waste News;7/18/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the G8 (Group of 8 developed countries) Summit held in Scotland, in July 2005. It is informed that the Summit focused on issues concerning the global climate change and the emissions control norms. The leaders of different countries at the Summit acknowledged that climate change is a problem, and that the human activity is contributing to it. The leaders also resolved to slow down the climate change by stopping and then in time reversing the rising greenhouse gas emissions.


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