Green goals

Ventimiglia, Andréa
January 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/31/2006, Vol. 174 Issue 3, p300
Academic Journal
The article reports on a declaration signed by Canadian premiers and municipal leaders from the U.S., Europe, and Australia during the UN Climate Change Conference in Montréal, Quebec on December 6, 2005. The declaration aims to combat global warming. It also aims to exceed the original Kyoto Protocol targets in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The target percentage of reduction is given.


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