PH to push for extension of treaty on reducing greenhouse gases
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PH to push for extension of treaty on reducing greenhouse gases

Brussels : Belgium | Nov 24, 2012 at 1:36 AM PST
Source: Inquirer.net
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PhilippinesThe Philippines will push for a five-year extension of the Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty that binds developed nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions, at the next round of climate change talks in Doha, Qatar beginning on Monday. Climate Change Commission vice chair and executive... FULL ARTICLE AT Inquirer.net
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