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Recommendations to develop a strategy to implement the Kyoto protocol in the EU

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Recommendations to develop a strategy to implement the Kyoto protocol in the EU

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In the Communication “Winning the battle against climate change”, the Commission announced it would launch a new phase of the European Climate Change Programme (ECCP II). The European Climate Change Programme is the Commission’s main instrument to discuss and prepare the further development of ...

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