The Kyoto Protocol, which went into effect in 2005, committed most of the world’s industrialized countries to reducing their total greenhouse emissions by the year 2012. Of the countries that signed Kyoto those closest to meeting their goals, and which have made the most reductions in greenhouse emissions on a percentage basis, are Greece, Germany, England, and Sweden. Other European countries, Japan, and Canada are lagging behind these four. Meanwhile, the United States has not ratified Kyoto and committed to reducing greenhouse emissions. Developing countries were not required to reduce their emissions under Kyoto, and emissions in most major developing economies are still growing.
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