- Aggressive action needed if Kyoto targets to be met. // OECD Observer;Jan2001, Issue 224, p11
Focuses on the plan of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development Countries to meet the Kyoto Protocol targets for reduction of greenhouse emissions. Increase of the fossil fuels; Emphasis of the international trade in energy.
- Kyoto comes home. Watkins-Miller, Elaine // Buildings;Feb98, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p26
Provides information regarding the implications of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol treaty to building owners in the United States. Provisions under the treaty; Reducing of greenhouse gases' emissions; People's opinions regarding the issues; Advantages of reducing energy consumption in building. INSET:...
- Developing Countries' Greenhouse Emissions: Uncertainty and Implications for Participation in the Kyoto Protocol. Lutter, Randall // Energy Journal;2000, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p93
Developing countries can participate in the Kyoto Protocol to limit greenhouse gas emissions by adopting national emissions limits. Such limits could offer economic gains to developing countries, cost savings to industrialized countries, and environmental benefits. They could also address...
- To Kyoto or not to Kyoto. Balls, Ashley // NZ Business;Apr2002, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p48
Focuses on the impact of Kyoto protocol on the business industry in New Zealand. Response of businesses to climate change; Benefits of Kyoto protocol; Production of sealed unit double glazing, heating appliances and solar hot water systems.
- Putting a value on the environment. Wilcox, Jeremy // Modern Power Systems;Apr2001, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p17
Focuses on issues concerning the energy policy in the United States. Decision of the US administration not to ratify the 1997 Kyoto Protocol; Impact of the policy on environmental issues; Concerns over impending energy crisis.
- Kyoto's Call. Li, Peiyin Patty // Harvard International Review;Spring99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p10
Highlights the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, wherein the most discussed and controversial method of pollution reduction was the buying and selling of emissions credits. Basis of emissions credit trading; Key argument for emissions trading; Shortcomings of emissions trading.
- A carbon trading blockbuster. Appleyard, David // Power Economics;Sep2001, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p3
Comments on the potential of carbon as a trading commodity in the European Union Countries. Agreement among energy and environment ministers to proceed with the conventions set out in the 1997 Kyoto protocol; Absence of limit to the contribution of agricultural activity in meeting national...
- One giant leap for Kyoto, one small step for global warming. // Power Economics;Sep2001, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p15
Reports on the control of greenhouse gas emissions by the Kyoto Protocol. Cost of the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol; Importance of environmental protection; Total cost of climate change.
- Copenhagen pledges hint at happy ending. Milne, Roger // Utility Week;2/5/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p6
The article reports on the emergence of the Copenhagen Accord in which 55 countries worldwide accounting nearly 80% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions has pledged to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.