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The Kyoto Protocol is an international treaty – signed in 1997 in the Japanese city of Kyoto – that seeks to limit man’s influence on climate change by reducing the production of greenhouse gases. The protocol obligates industrialised countries to reduce their emissions in the five-year period 2008-2012 by 5% on average compared with 1990 levels. Developing countries don’t have emission-reduction targets.
08 April 2014, Milano Ms Martina Hauser gave lecture "Environmental footprint program... » Read more
Sustainable winemaking The wine must be a proper and privileged ambassador of the Italian model ... » Read more
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