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CIVIL SOCIETY SAYS 'NO' TO 'KYOTO 2'

A new Report produced by a coalition of over 40 prominent civil society organisations from 33 countries says that governments should reject calls for a post-Kyoto treaty (“Kyoto 2”) with binding limits on carbon emissions. The report says a better strategy would be to focus on removing barriers to adaptation, such as subsidies, taxes and regulations that hinder technological innovation and economic growth.
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 12 December 2007 )
 
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