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Aviation too should make a fair contribution to our efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions," said Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas.
We joined the Registry, because we feel it is important to understand the sources of greenhouse gas emissions so we can then find sustainable solutions that create meaningful reductions in these emissions.
For the past 12 years ZAP's mission has been to reduce air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and dependency on foreign oil," said CEO Steve Schneider.
The Company is currently in negotiations to make its first technology investment and expects to focus on technology that reduces power plant emissions, an area that is expected to offer significant opportunity with the new Democratically controlled Congress increasingly focusing on the environment and Greenhouse Gas emissions reduction.
NYSE:FPL), and leading environmental organizations today called on the federal government to quickly enact strong national legislation to achieve significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
It has already announced a target to produce up to 40 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emission offsets per year by 2012, through development projects under the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol in Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America.
companies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in other countries.
Kohl's purchase of green power helps reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions," said Bill Wehrum, acting assistant administrator of EPA's Office of Air and Radiation.
government to quickly enact strong national legislation to achieve significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
By reducing greenhouse gas emissions, Safeway is taking action to reduce the Company's carbon footprint and reduce air pollution," said Joe Pettus, Safeway's Senior Vice President of Fuel & Energy Operations.
The Al Gore types argue that limiting so-called greenhouse gas emissions is like an insurance policy - just in case.
The President's plan is designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 100 million tons by the year 2000 and includes 50 separate initiatives to achieve that goal.
This strategy is the most important in terms of achieving large reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from coal-based power generation.
greenhouse gas emissions to their 1990 levels by 2012, which would be roughly 30 percent below currently forecast emission levels for that year.
The program is the foundation of President Clinton's Global Climate Challenge, a plan to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions at 1990 levels by the year 2000.
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