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Climate change negotiations.

Government representatives met in Washington, D.C., to continue efforts to expand and intensify collaborative activities to address climate change issues and to ensure future productive bilateral working relations.

The Mexican and U.S. teams, led respectively by the Environment Secretariat and the State Department, focused on the following principle topics: Emissions inventories, climate and economic models, agriculture and forestry practices, global observation, energy and carbon capture, and storage.


Among the many agreements reached, the most innovative include:

* Creation of a methane capture market

* Integrated research and development on geologic capture and carbon within the context of a North American Carbon Program

* Enhanced initiatives on clan production methods including efforts to promote energy efficiency and increased use of renewable energy
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Title Annotation:LEGAL EASE
Author:Ranger, Edward M.
Publication:Business Mexico
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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