EC dispute may delay global action on CO<SUB>2</SUB>

Wrangling about the need for a mechanism to allocate national emission targets for greenhouse gases looks set to hamper the ratification of the global Convention on Climate Change by the EC and its Member States. The dispute may prove embarrassing in the wider international arena for the EC, which played a key role in the negotiations on the Convention but could now delay its entry into force.

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