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2005-07-08 16:50:09

By Lesley Wroughton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz on Friday said the multilateral lender wants to help foster discussion among industrialized nations and emerging market countries such as China and India on tackling global warming.

2005-07-06 06:27:15

By Tabassum Zakaria COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President Bush urged leaders aheadof a G8 summit on Wednesday to spearhead a worldwide effort toinvest in alternatives to oil and gas to help control globalwarming.

2005-07-06 04:57:45

By Tabassum Zakaria COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President Bush urged leaders aheadof a G8 summit on Wednesday to spearhead a worldwide effort toinvest in alternatives to oil and gas to help control globalwarming.

2005-07-06 03:55:58

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President Bush said before a G8summit on Wednesday that he recognized human beings contributedto global climate change but he remained unyielding in hisopposition to the Kyoto accord on the issue.

2005-07-06 03:41:09

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President Bush said on Wednesday herecognized that man contributes to global climate change butremained unyielding in his opposition to the Kyoto accord onthe issue.

2005-07-05 20:25:31

By Steve Holland COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President Bush has not shifted hisposition on climate policy but wants to broaden the debate onthe controversial issue, White House officials said on Tuesdayahead of a Group of Eight summit.

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2005-02-18 14:04:19

In another jab at its closest ally, Britain criticized U.S. environmental policy again on Thursday, urging the Bush administration to place climate change high on its agenda.

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2005-02-15 07:30:00

After seven politically painful years, the Kyoto Protocol finally enters into force on Wednesday, reining in industrial emissions of carbon dioxide and other "greenhouse gases" in a first attempt to control climate change.

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2004-12-14 07:40:00

International experts, searching for ways to break a deadlock with the United States over climate change, consulted on an array of ideas Monday to lure that No. 1 polluter into a joint effort to control "greenhouse gases," along with such second-rank emitters as China and India.

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2004-12-07 17:54:39

The United States, facing international criticism for its rejection of the Kyoto Protocol, argued Tuesday it spends billions of dollars seeking new technologies to cut emissions of the greenhouse gases blamed for global warming.


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