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The Sixth session, Part two of the Conference of the Parties to the Climate Change Convention (COP 6.2) ended Friday in Bonn. Thirty-seven of the fifty-five countries needed to make the Kyoto Protocol binding have ratified the agreement. At COP 6, a number of decisions were made that "set out the rulebook by which governments will cooperate on making the Kyoto Protocol's institutions and procedures a reality and increase the flow of financial and technological support to developing countries." These decisions will need to be officially ratified at COP 7. The US may not be participating in the Protocol (see the April 11, 2001 Scout Report for Science & Engineering), but readers can keep track of the latest developments here, including video archives of the convention, press releases, the text of the Protocol, a list of signatories, and much more.
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