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Marton Kruppa

Czech green scheme puts high price on household emissions cuts

Nov 07 2013

LONDON A billion-dollar scheme to reduce household emissions in the Czech Republic costs five times as much per ton of carbon dioxide (CO2) as some European industries need to spend to achieve the same cuts, government data showed.

Belarus negotiator hints at Kyoto exit, says others could follow

Dec 10 2012

DOHA/LONDON Belarus, one of three fossil-fuel reliant states outmanoeuvred at Kyoto pact talks by small island states endangered by climate change, said it may consider quitting the process and Ukraine and Kazakhstan may do the same.

Pledges to fight global warming inadequate, U.S. off track - study

Nov 30 2012

DOHA Major nations' policies are inadequate to limit global warming and the United States is off track even in carrying out its weak pledge to limit greenhouse gas emissions, a scientific scorecard showed on Friday.

Pledges to fight global warming inadequate, U.S. off track: study

Nov 30 2012

DOHA Major nations' policies are inadequate to limit global warming and the United States is off track even in carrying out its weak pledge to limit greenhouse gas emissions, a scientific scorecard showed on Friday.

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