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Argument: The Kyoto Protocol is showing little progress in reducing emissions

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-[http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v449/n7165/full/449973a.html Gwyn Prins and Steve Rayner, British economists. "Time to ditch Kyoto". Nature. October, 22nd, 2007] - "The Kyoto Protocol is a symbolically important expression of governments' concern about climate change. But as an instrument for achieving emissions reductions, it has failed...It (Kyoto) has produced no demonstrable reductions in emissions. It has produced no demonstrable reduction in emissions or even in anticipated emissions growth. And it pays no more than token attention to the needs of societies to adapt to existing climate change."+[http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v449/n7165/full/449973a.html Gwyn Prins and Steve Rayner, British economists. "Time to ditch Kyoto". Nature. October, 22nd, 2007] - "The Kyoto Protocol is a symbolically important expression of governments' concern about climate change. But as an instrument for achieving emissions reductions, it has failed...It (Kyoto) has produced no demonstrable reductions in emissions. And it pays no more than token attention to the needs of societies to adapt to existing climate change."

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Gwyn Prins and Steve Rayner, British economists. "Time to ditch Kyoto". Nature. October, 22nd, 2007 - "The Kyoto Protocol is a symbolically important expression of governments' concern about climate change. But as an instrument for achieving emissions reductions, it has failed...It (Kyoto) has produced no demonstrable reductions in emissions. And it pays no more than token attention to the needs of societies to adapt to existing climate change."

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