Emissions: taking a collaborative lead will work better

Xufeng Zhu
December 2009
Nature;12/10/2009, Vol. 462 Issue 7274, p720
Academic Journal
In this article the author discusses the technological collaboration of several rich countries including Japan, Germany, and the U.S. for the achievement of a global low-carbon economy. He notes the announcement to curb carbon emissions by the U.S. and China. Furthermore, he suggests an experimental scope expansion for the commercial feasibility testing of these countries.


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