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Officials sort out Kyoto withdrawal

Friday 1 Feb 13 9:00am

Government officials are working out the implications of New Zealandís withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol.

In December, the COP18 meeting in Doha voted to exclude New Zealand, Japan and Canada from international carbon credits generated under the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol after all three countries said they would not sign up to the second period.

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Related Topics: Carbon Credits | Greenhouse Effect | Kyoto

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