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CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia needs to urgently ratify the Kyoto Protocol and slash its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 60 percent by 2050 to help fight global warming, British climate economist Nicholas Stern said on Wednesday.
By MICHAEL D'OLIVEIRO
POTSDAM, Germany (Reuters) - A consensus on the need to protect the world's environment is emerging among rich and developing nations, but the United States remains at odds with other countries on key points, Germany said on Saturday.
Many nations are slashing their discharges of heat-trapping gases, but the same cannot be said of Malaysia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 100 corporate heads, international organizations and experts set out a plan on Tuesday to cut greenhouse gas emissions, calling on governments to act urgently against global warming.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nearly 100 corporations, international organizations and experts agreed to a plan on Tuesday to cut greenhouse gas emissions, calling on governments to act urgently against global warming.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Corporate moguls, policy experts and U.S. senators spoke with one voice about global warming on Wednesday, telling a world forum the United States must take a lead role in cutting greenhouse gases if it wants to encourage China and India to do the same.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - To avert the catastrophic effects of continued global warming, such as desertification of the Amazon rainforest, all countries both rich and poor must do a part, Brazilian Environment Minister Marina Silva said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Behind the picture of a serious climate change threat, painted in a U.N. report to be published on Friday, just how fast mankind can act remains unsure.