Kyoto Won't Stop Global Warming

Even if the Kyoto agreement is fully implemented, greenhouse gas emissions worldwide will still increase by 70%

Published: 07-Aug-2003

The report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), which has close links to the government, comes as some experts cite Britain's heat wave as further evidence of global warming.

Even if the Kyoto agreement is fully implemented, greenhouse gas emissions worldwide will still increase by 70%, says the IPPR.

The think tank wants a new approach instead of the "horse trading" over emissions allowed under the treaty, which the government stresses is the only agreement in place.

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