Edited By: Michael Grubb, Duncan Brack and Christiaan Vrolijk
342 pages, Figs, tabs
A concise and authoritative guide to the evolution, terms and implications of the Kyoto Protocol.
`The definitive study of the first crucial step as the international community finds ways to deal with a challenge without precedent. This book seems certain to become the foundation text for all those who want to understand how a new chapter in international relations was opened.' Sir John Browne, Chief Executive Officer, BP-Amoco
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