Whither measures to reduce greenhouse gases?

July 2000
Chemical Business;Jul2000, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p5
Trade Publication
Comments on global warming and human-induced global warming from carbon dioxide emissions. Problems in predicting the extent and consequences of global warming; Significance of the Kyoto Protocol convention on the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; Policy debates and research in the United States with regard to the effect of carbon dioxide emissions on climate change.


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