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What Russian Kyoto ratification really means for the world
Commentary by Jennifer Morgan, 22 October 2004
WWF promotes world’s largest solar power plant
WWF is working to develop the world’s largest solar power plant in the Gobi Desert, and to reduce ...
Russian Duma likely to consider Kyoto Protocol on 22 October
Russian State Duma Committee on Ecology recommends to ratify Kyoto Protocol
Russian government gives green light to Kyoto Protocol!
The Russian government this morning gave its approval for a ratification package for the Kyoto ...
New European Commission must act to curb huge energy waste
A new report reveals that Central and Eastern European countries are using at least twice the ...
World Heritage Convention requires greenhouse gas emission cuts
According to a new report, countries must take action on climate change because of their legal duty ...
Russia on track to ratify Kyoto Protocol
WWF has learnt that the Russian government will give the green light to the Kyoto Protocol on ...
Japan needs a greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme
WWF believes Japan should adopt a gas emissions trading scheme in order to meet its international ...
US park management company pledges CO2 reductions
Xanterra, America's largest park and resort management company, is working with WWF to develop ...
Russia: a step closer to ratifying Kyoto
WWF has learnt that Russia's President Putin has instructed key ministers to sign the Kyoto ...
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