Russia, EU Don’t Agree on Kyoto Surplus Fix: CDM WatchMathew Carr
Russia and the European Union are among parties that haven’t agreed on a developing-nation plan to limit trading of a 13 billion-metric-ton surplus of Assigned Amount Units under the Kyoto Protocol, according to CDM Watch.
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