Citations with the tag: GREENHOUSE gas mitigation -- International cooperation
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- 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.
Appleyard, David // 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.
- Bush casts shadow over climate treaty.
Milne, Roger // Water & Environment International; Apr/May2001, p6
Reports the refusal of George W. Bush to ratify the global climate treaty Kyoto Protocol in the United States. Coalition by the European Union for the protocol ratification; Support for the pact; Reductions of carbon dioxide emission in industrialized countries; Demands of United States to the...
Platts, Frank Watson // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 12/7/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 21, p18
The article reports on the decline in European Union (EU) emissions allowance (EUA) prices on November 24, 2009 due to uncertainties over a biding agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emission at the United Nations (UN) climate change conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark in December and...
- Greenhouse gas that preserves ozone puts protocols at odds.
Schiermeier, Quirin // Nature; 10/17/2002, Vol. 419 Issue 6908, p656
Focuses on the issues which will be discussed during an October, 2002 meeting in New Delhi, India of delegates from around the world. Topics including the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) and implementation of the Kyoto Protocol, which aims to limit greenhouse-gas emissions.
- Global warming, rising tides, and cultural genocide.
Clodumar, Kinza // Earth Island Journal; Summer98, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p43
Presents the statement made by the author, President of the Republic of Nauru, at the Kyoto Climate Summit, entitled `global warming, rising tides and cultural genocide.'
- CLIMATE CHANGE: where next?
Clodumar, Kinza // Power Economics; Jun2001, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p14
Focuses on questions on the effectiveness of Kyoto Protocol to tackle climate changes. Achievement of international climate policy by encouraging voluntary actions; Association of climate change issue with nuclear disarmament and trade liberalization; Significance of the arousal of political...
- Understanding the greenhouse gas debate.
Bartlam, Martin // Power Economics; Jun2001, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p21
Focuses on effects of the proclamation of United States President George W. Bush on the agreement at Kyoto in 1997 on greenhouse gases. Continuity of people to work on the principles agreed at Kyoto; Introduction of flexible mechanisms into the Kyoto Protocol; Miscommunication in the importance...
- A Cynic Visits Kyoto.
Hocking, Denis // New Zealand Forest Industries; Feb2002, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p48
Comments on the call of the government to delay the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol (KP) in Japan. Issues on KP; Effects of the debates on KP on farm foresters; Benefits gained by the forestry from KP.
- New UN emissions pledges still stack up to 3.5-C.
Hocking, Denis // New Scientist; 2/6/2010, Vol. 205 Issue 2746, p6
The article focuses on the failure of the 55 nations that represent 78 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions from energy use to make their emissions pledges more ambitious.
- U.S. opposes deadline for ratifying Kyoto Protocol.
Hocking, Denis // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News; 04/17/2000, Vol. 209 Issue 16, p21
Reports on the opposition of the United States to the deadline for ratifying Kyoto protocol.
- Will you join the dance?
McLean, Vivienne // New Zealand Forest Industries; Nov2001, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p3
Editorial. Presents an overview of the magazine 'New Zealand Forest Industries' published on November 2001. Advice on consultation process; Speculation on the decision of the government on the report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification; Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol.
- Looking for the Silver Lining.
Palmer, Harriet // New Zealand Forest Industries; Nov2001, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p15
Focuses on the opportunities of the Kyoto Protocol in New Zealand. Intention of the government to ratify the protocol; Contribution of the country on world greenhouse gass emissions; Minimum number of countries needed to start the protocol. INSETS: Slow down says cross-industry group.;Have you...
- Raising a Stink over Kyoto.
Stringleman, Hugh // New Zealand Forest Industries; Nov2001, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p35
Focuses on the concerns of the people on the intention of the government to ratify the Kyoto Protocol without a full assessment of the effects on the forest industry in New Zealand. Acceptance of the climate-warming problem; Position of the United States on the issue; Consequences for the...
- Ministers to complete climate change treaty by November.
Stringleman, Hugh // Pollution Engineering; Feb2000, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p16
Informs on the decisions reached by ministers and officials at a climate change talks in Bonn, Germany. Timetable for finalizing an international agreement by November 2000; 1997 Kyoto Protocol.
- Clinton Should Submit Treaty, If He Wants Higher Energy Costs.
Kemp, Jack // Business Journal (Central New York); 06/23/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p35
Discusses United States president Bill Clinton's call for the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol which aims to prevent global warming through energy restrictions. Negative effect of the Kyoto Protocol by increasing energy prices.
- Kickoff in Kyoto.
Normile, Dennis; Stover, Dawn // Popular Science; Mar98, Vol. 252 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on the impact of the Kyoto Protocol environmental agreement. Efforts of economists and politicians; Highlights of the agreement; Decision of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Impact of humanity of the environment; Efforts to address greenhouse gas emissions; Further studies.
- Green legislation or green technology?
Thomas, Eurof // International Power Generation; Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p42
Focuses on the condition of power generation in the United States. Development of technologies to reduce greenhouse gases; Accounts on the development of Country-Specific Model for Inter-temporal Climate by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI); Perception of chief executive officer Kurt...
- The greenhouse gas trade.
Agarwal, Anil; Narian, Sunita // UNESCO Courier; Oct98, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on the international cooperation concerning the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Information on the Kyoto Protocol signed in Japan in December 1997; Need for setting up a Clean Development Mechanism to encourage industrialized countries to invest in carbon-efficient technology in...
- Pollution on the cheap.
Boukhari, Sophie // UNESCO Courier; Oct98, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p12
Presents information on the Kyoto Protocol which was endorsed on December 10, 1997 by the governments worldwide. Requirements for the greenhouse gas emissions under this agreement; Concerns of the European countries on the implications of the agreement.
- Sanity at last!
Tucker, Brian // Institute of Public Affairs Review; Oct97, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p13
Focuses on the Kyoto meeting that deals with the effect of increased levels of greenhouse gases on climate. Reports that contain comprehensive reviews of the greenhouse science; Economic considerations discussed in the conference; Position of the Australian government on the Kyoto policy.
- Kyoto: The political realities.
Hagel, Chuck // Institute of Public Affairs Review; Oct97, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p15
Presents an opinion about the Kyoto convention on global climate treaty which will be signed on December 1997. Why the Byrd-Hagel Resolution rejects the Berlin Mandate; Implication of the treaty on world economy; Complexity of global climate.
- A Global Leap on Warming.
Hagel, Chuck // Christian Science Monitor; 7/24/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 167, p20
Editorial. Comments on the environmental threat from global warming, in light of the Kyoto Protocol, and view that the United States may compromise to find a way back into the Kyoto process.
- THE HEAT IS ON.
Revkin, Andrew C. // New York Times Upfront; 4/8/2002, Vol. 134 Issue 13, p14
Focuses on the government policy about global warming in the U.S. Rejection of Kyoto Protocol; Modification of the Kyoto proposals; Efforts of the Bush administration and scientists to create solutions about global warming.
- The inconclusive cop.
Owen, James // Electric Perspectives; Jan/Feb99, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p68
Reports on the Fourth Conference of Parties (COP) in Buenos Aires, Argentina that was intended help implement December 1997's Kyoto accord which would commit the United States to reducing its annual greenhouse gas emissions. Criticisms on the outcome of the conference; Views on COP.
- Small Island States and Global Warming: What is Their Future?
Roper, Tom // Geodate; May99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the effect of global climate change and the accompanying sea level rise on small island states. Targets of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol; Details on the response to the impact of rising seas; Coastal adaptation measures that should be adopted. INSET: Student Activities.
- European Leaders Urge US Policy Reversal on Kyoto Climate Change Pact.
Hess, Glenn // Chemical Market Reporter; 04/09/2001, Vol. 259 Issue 15, p1
Reports that European leaders have urged the administration of United States (U.S.) President George W. Bush to reconsider its rejection of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol climate change treaty. Reason for the rejection of the treaty; Other approaches to global climate change taken by the U.S. government.
- EU Lacks Industry Support for EU-Wide Emissions Trading System.
Milmo, Sean // Chemical Market Reporter; 7/30/2001, Vol. 260 Issue 5, p6
Reports that the European Union (EU) had to compromise to help engineer an agreement among 180 countries on the Kyoto Protocol for the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases. What the environment directorate of the EU European Commission proposed about the emission trading system; Effort of...
- Powering change with climate taxes.
Tritschler, Marc // Power Economics; Sep2001, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p16
Reports on the legislation plan of the Climate Change Programme in Great Britain governing climate change to meet the target from Kyoto Protocol 1997. Commitment to reduce carbon emissions; Issuance of the Levy Exemption Certificate to electricity suppliers; Responsibility of Ofgem to monitor...
- Last minute deal made in Marrakech.
Tritschler, Marc // Power Economics; Jan2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p10
Reports the struggle of negotiators towards an agreement on rules for implementing the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. Rules for implementing the protocol; Impact in the implementation of the Protocol; Need to reduce greenhouse emission.
- Emissions bill runs into opposition.
Tritschler, Marc // Power Economics; Jan2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p11
Reports the impact of the bill introduced in the United States Senate on electricity rates. Complaints on Bush administration on Kyoto agreement; Opposition of the bill by the Bush administration; Reduction of coal burning.
- Government advises firms to go slow on green tech.
Tritschler, Marc // Chemical Business; Apr99, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p38
Focuses on the advice given by the environment and forests ministry to companies in India who have decided to join the clean development mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol of 1997. Concept of the CDM; Comparison between the Kyoto and Montreal Protocols; Provisions of the Kyoto Protocol.
- THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME.
Tritschler, Marc // Canadian Geographic; Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 120 Issue 7, p27
Provides tips on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in houses and when driving cars to meet the 1997 Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change.
- Europe's Kyoto Approval Paves Way for Ratification.
Young, Ian // Chemical Week; 3/13/2002, Vol. 164 Issue 11, p11
Reports the approval of the European Commission's proposed ratification of Kyoto Protocol on climate change in Europe. Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions; Withdrawal of the United States on the support for the Kyoto agreement; Proposal of the U.S. to tackle climate change.
- Curbing global warming, not prosperity.
Eizenstat, Stuart E. // Christian Science Monitor; 2/18/98, Vol. 90 Issue 57, p18
Opinion. Discusses the importance and implications of the international climate change agreement reached in December, 1997 at Kyoto, Japan. Senate review of agreement; Achievements of the Kyoto Protocol; How to ensure an effective agreement; Targets and timetables for developed nations; Use of...
- NEHA News.
Eizenstat, Stuart E. // Journal of Environmental Health; Sep2001, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p51
Reports developments related to environmental health in the U.S. as of September 2001. Announcement of the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol on climate change; Letter from the president of the National Environmental Health Association discussing environmental health issues; Position of Douglas...
- Developing nations take initiative on greenhouse gases.
Brumfiel, Geoff // Nature; 10/31/2002, Vol. 419 Issue 6910, p869
Discusses the results of a report which shows that some of the world's largest developing nations have begun reducing their greenhouse-gas emissions, even though they are exempt from the Kyoto Protocol, the international agreement on limiting emissions. Amount by which countries including...
- Global-warming treaty: last gasp?
Spotts, Peter N. // Christian Science Monitor; 7/16/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 161, p1
Discusses negotiations for the Kyoto Protocol environmental treaty. Efforts of countries to decrease the output of industrial gases; Effect of industrial gases on global warming; Opposition to the treaty by the United States; Outlook for the treaty.
- Kyoto's Climate Change.
Spotts, Peter N. // Christian Science Monitor; 7/16/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 161, p8
Editorial. Discusses the debate concerning the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Japan set to endorse Kyoto Protocol as Bush flies in.
Cyranoski, David // Nature; 2/21/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6874, p822
Reports the support of Japanese government on the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol. Benefits of the support statement; Proposal to amend the energy-efficiency law and the creation of a new law to promote the use of electricity from renewable sources; Reason of the U.S. government in not...
- Griping About Kyoto.
Birnbaum, Jeffrey H. // Fortune; 1/12/1998, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p36
Focuses on the response of United States corporate leaders to the Kyoto Protocol of 1997. Prevalent view that it will impose costs without achieving real environmental benefit; Michael Bonsignore of Honeywell's view that the protocol will be a success if it only becomes a catalyst for more...
- Kyoto's Unfinished Business.
Jacoby, Henry D.; Prinn, Ronald G.; Schmalensee, Richard // Foreign Affairs; Jul/Aug1998, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p54
Calls for further international cooperation to expand upon the Kyoto pact on global warming. Background on climate prediction; Forecasts and the search for fingerprint evidence; Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries; Research into affordable energy sources that emit little...
- European legal framework favours green technology.
Raymont, Mark // Modern Power Systems; Jan2001., Vol. 21 Issue 1, p34
Reports the support of environmental and energy legislation on the use of energy from renewable sources in Great Britain. Details on the Kyoto Protocol; Role of the greenhouse gas emissions for global warming; Commitment of the federal government for climate change; Imposition of the UK Climate...