If implemented, the 1997 Kyoto Accord on greenhouse gases would affect some interested parties more than others. These differential effects help explain why some energy firms, trade associations and countries jumped eagerly on the Kyoto bandwagonand why others view the Accord as a protectionist cartelization device.
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