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Tuesday, 14 November, 2000, 17:33 GMT
Global climate change

The Kyoto agreement on reducing the effect of global warming is a step closer to being implemented, when a last-minute deal was agreed in Bonn. The agreement commits industrialised countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.



23 July 2001

Bonn

Climate conference in Bonn
Climate conference in Bonn
After a marathon overnight session in Bonn, 178 countries agreed a framework for policing the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. Only the United States, which is responsible for a quarter of the world's pollution, remains outside. The BBC's Richard Bilton reports



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November 2000

The Hague

Smoke chimney
Smoke chimney
As representatives of more than 150 governments went to the Hague to negotiate the United Nations convention on climate change, only a handful of countries have actually reduced emissions. The BBC's environment correspondent, Margaret Gilmore reports:

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Arctic landscape
Arctic landscape

The BBC's Robert Pigott reports from the village of Shishmaref on the arctic circle in Alaska, which is being destroyed as the climate warms.


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Parched ground during drought in Namibia
Parched ground during drought in Namibia

With weather extremes, such as floods and droughts, being blamed on global warming, BBC News Online's environment correspondent Alex Kirby reports on the science of climate change.



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Sunbather on the beach
Sunbather on the beach

Europe's climate in 50 years: See the full interview with climatologist Professor Martin Parry.



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The planet Earth as seen from space
The planet Earth as seen from space

Adapt, change - or die: the choices facing Planet Earth. See the full interview with climate change scientist Dr Mike Hulme.



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Data from the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer
Data from the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer

How the Antarctic ozone hole was found - Jonathan Shanklin of the British Antarctic Survey describes how he made the shocking discovery in Antarctica.



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Amazon rainforest skyline
Amazon rainforest skyline

BBC environment correspondent Tim Hirsch reports from Bolivia on how industrialised nations are helping to save rainforests, but at a price.



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