Latest Kyoto Protocol Stories

2009-10-28 05:31:00

LONDON, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The outcome of the December 2009 Copenhagen Climate Conference will largely dictate the success of the emerging but potentially lucrative global carbon market. Governments worldwide are actively pursuing initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

2009-10-27 13:35:00

For Americans, simple lifestyle changes could effectively add up to a massive cut in greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to France’s entire annual emissions.

2009-10-26 15:44:00

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In its next step towards creating a greener Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Climate Initiative (PCI) will introduce green city code language changes to Pittsburgh's City Council tomorrow.

2009-10-22 15:27:58

A team of 13 prominent scientists and land-use experts has identified an important but fixable error in legal accounting rules for bioenergy that could, if uncorrected, undermine efforts to reduce greenhouse gases by encouraging deforestation.

2009-10-22 14:45:00

Fix needed to reduce future large-scale land conversion and resultant greenhouse gas emissions.

2009-10-22 07:21:02

Industrialized nations had a one-percent rise in carbon emissions in 2007, which is a point of concern as the December climate summit in Copenhagen approaches.

2009-10-22 07:10:00

On Wednesday, European environment ministers started making progress in their plans to cut back on carbon emissions, particularly with planes and ships.

2009-10-14 10:30:00

Plan Open for Public Comment until Nov. 9; Governor Says PA Must Do More to Protect Economy, Environment PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Edward G.

2009-10-13 13:51:00

Ads Say Saving Earth Starts In California With Less Immigration SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct.

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