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    The Kyoto Protocol Introduction The Kyoto Protocol is one of the most ambitious international environmental agreements to date. Adopted on 11 December 1997 by negotiations of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the treaty’s aim was to commit countries to a 5% reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from their 1990 levels (Prins and Rayner, 2008). These commitments in GHG reduction, CO2 emissions in particular, were to begin in 2005 with goals expected to be reached

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    Kyoto Protocol, “the first — and so far, only — pact to commit rich countries to reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases” (Schiermeier, 2012)  Quirin Schiermeier, Nature Publications (Volume 491), The Kyoto Protocol: Hot Air, (November 2012) conceptualized in Kyoto, Japan, in December 1997. The Protocol was designed to address global warming (Appendix 1) and the increasing rate of GHG emissions by economically developed countries (Appendix 2). The Protocol only came into

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    Kyoto Protocol

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    decided in 1995 to start negotiations for a protocol that would legally bind nations to reductions and limitations in greenhouse gas emissions (Congressional Research Service Report 98-2). These negotiations took place in Kyoto, Japan and were completed in December of 1997. The final product was the Kyoto Protocol, adopted on December 12, 1997 and opened for signing on March 16, 1998. The following research paper will detail the basic parts of the protocol, the debate over its impact in areas such

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    Biosafety Protocol: Is There A Need For One?

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    Biosafety Protocol: Is There A Need For One? Outline Thesis statement: An international biosafety protocol should be created to establish and maintain control over the products designed with biotechnology. I. The existing laws and regulations that govern the release of transgenic organisms are inadequate or nonexistent. A. The developed nations of the world are using regulations that were designed to control and monitor crops created with traditional technologies. B. Biotechnology

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    E-mail Protocol

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    we enter the age of computer technology, more and more people are relying on the computer for communication. The main medium of computer communication is e-mail. When using e-mail there are some basic unwritten rules that one should follow. E-mail protocol, better known as netiquette, is the list of rules that are generally followed. None of these have officially been written down in a book, but they are commonly suggested by business professionals dealing with e-mail and the Internet. No matter how

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    The Kyoto Protocol Introduction Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and climate change are a truly global environmental issue because the individual source of emissions – in particular carbon dioxide – is not the crucial component. No matter where the carbon dioxide comes from in the world, it has the same effect on the globe and it all contributes to the same problem. Other climate issues that fall into the same category tend to be at local or regional levels, including acid rain, urban smog and volatile

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    The Kyoto Protocol

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    This paper examines the Kyoto Protocol and the United States position on their participation in the Kyoto Protocol. To understand the underpinnings of the Kyoto Protocol one must agree that our planet is warming, and we (its citizens) are contributing to its warming. Any general argument about global warming has to address at least the following five questions: 1. Is global warming really occurring? 2. If global warming is occurring, are humans responsible for it? 3. If global warming is occurring

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    The Kyoto Protocol

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    established policies to limit the emission of green houses gases. International agreements established by the United Nation’s Kyoto Protocol and European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EUETS) attempted provide monetary incentive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the establishment of carbon credit program and artificial carbon trading markets. Under the Kyoto Protocol countries are allocated carbon credit to emit specific quantities of greenhouse gases based on previous emission levels. The nations

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    The Kyoto Protocol was a valiant effort that bound developed countries to decrease their domestic emissions to 5 percent below the 1990 level by 2012 in order to reduce global CO2 emissions. Most industrial countries fulfilled their goals on paper. However, global CO2 emissions actually increased by 58 percent (Mystrick).Although many claim the United States’ refusal to sign the Kyoto Protocol was the reason for its failure, the mechanisms of the protocol likely would have rendered it unsuccessful

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    Cryptographic Protocols for Electronic Voting

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    Cryptographic Protocols for Electronic Voting After some preliminary research into the subject of electronic voting [BARL2003], it became apparent that there may be reason to mistrust current electronic voting systems. Further, as I studied a variety of voting systems, I realized I had little confidence that any of them (even paper ballots) would be guaranteed to produce a perfectly accurate tally. In my previous paper [BARL2003], I suggested the following definition: "An accurate voting

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