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An international study commissioned by the Dutch government, released at the Noordwijk meeting in November 1989, proposes standards for greenhouse gas emissions over the next century, and discusses how industrialized and developing countries can cooperate under a global climate convention. (See Energy Policy in the Greenhouse, REPORTS/GENERAL INTEREST, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Feb. 1990.) The study's results are discussed in the following: New Scientist, p. 30, Dec. 2, 1989; Science News, p. 359, Dec. 2; World Clim. Change Rep., pp. 17-18, Dec.; Intl. Environ. Rptr., p. 584, Dec.

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