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How would ratifying the Kyoto Protocol affect Australia?

August 2002 - How would ratifying the Kyoto Protocol affect Australia?The Australian government has been under renewed pressure lately to ratify the Kyoto Protocol - designed to reduce global greenhouse emissions. But what are the consequences for Australia of ratifying the Protocol? And what if we don't? The US is refusing to sign up - will we really be worse off without it? This month, On Line Opinion sought the views of some parties with a position on the Greenhouse debate.

There is no need to ratify the Kyoto Protocol
by Ray Evans - 15/08/2002
Despite the politicking, Australia should ratify Kyoto sooner, not later
by Frances MacGuire - 15/08/2002
The Kyoto Protocol is dead - now for the more sensible alternatives
by Warwick McKibbin - 15/08/2002
Small business would be damaged under the Kyoto protocol
by Graeme Haycroft - 15/08/2002
Australia ratifies the Kyoto Protocol - and implements it how, exactly?
by John Daly - 15/08/2002
Australia's reluctance to ratify the Kyoto Protocol is hurting business
by Andrew Craig - 15/08/2002
Cooling Kyoto hot air
by Andrew Stock - 15/08/2002

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