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Kyoto protocol

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an amendment to the United Nations international treaty on global warming in which participating nations commit to reducing their emissions of carbon dioxide, negotiated in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997
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However, realizing the inadequacy of the emission reduction provisions in the convention another agreement known as Koyoto Protocol which legally bound the developed countries to observe emission reduction targets, was concluded in 1997.
He pointed out that the government has to ensure clean environment in the city under Koyoto Protocol of which Pakistan is the signatory.
The new system will reduce the number of daily trips from three times per day to once every two days, which will reduce the daily cost of waste collection, fuel consumption, and reduce the carbon footprint according to Koyoto Protocol.