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Kyoto Treaty Suggests Barter As Way To Stem Pollution

The Kyoto Treaty came into being in February 2005. It is seen as a way for many of the world�s nations to stem the increase of CO2 emissions, protect the world�s ecosystems, and upgrade energy efficiency in a variety of areas.

The key to the Treaty is based on tradable permits, issued globally, to emit a total fixed amount of CO2. A country cannot emit more CO2 than it has permits for, or it faces a stiff penalty. Permits can be bought and sold or traded.

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