AGW

(redirected from Anti-Global Warming)
AcronymDefinition
AGWAnthropogenic Global Warming
AGWAnti-Global Warming
AGWApplication Gateway
AGWAudio Gateway
AGWAvon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (National Health Service; UK)
AGWAccess Gateway
AGWArt Gallery of Windsor (Ontario, Canada)
AGWAccelerated Global Warming
AGWAgendus for Windows (software)
AGWAll Going Well
AGWAtmospheric Gravity Waves
AGWArt Gallery Worldwide
AGWActual Gold Weight
AGWA Girl's World (online magazine)
AGWAlt.Games.Warbirds (forum)
AGWAll Girl Weekend
AGWApplication Gateway (telecom)
AGWActual Gross Weight
AGWAutomatic Girth Welder
AGWAutonomous Guided Weapon
AGWAcoustic Gravity Wave
AGWAngelgeschäft Wehnemann (German angling equipment retailer)
AGWAnganwadi Worker (India)
AGWAllowable Gross Weight
AGWAccident Generated Water
AGWAndrée Gérard Wolff (French clothing retailer)
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TOKYO - An anti-global warming bill and other key pieces of legislation planned for the current parliamentary session are in danger of being scrapped, or at least put off, following the resignation Friday of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama's government.
CO2 Tech, a UK-based company, provides anti-global warming technologies along with a full range of environmental products and services to businesses, industries and governments.
Or they might ask annoyingly pertinent questions such as: Did you take a private jet for your anti-global warming jolly to meet the Norwegian huskies?
Abe, Wen to express anti-global warming commitments at summit
He has to go for it and not worry about campaigners who, like anti-global warming campaigners advocating the crushing of push-bikes, yap under a distant tree.
However, the Greek has committed himself to involving Washington in negotiations to create an anti-global warming agreement that takes the world beyond the Kyoto deadline of 2012.
RUSSIA is on its way to backing the Kyoto Protocol giving the anti-global warming pact a massive boost.
The WWF insists on the need =for speedy approval of the package of anti-global warming measures, =tabled by the Commission, which includes proposals for ratification of =the Kyoto Protocol by all EU Member States by June 2002 and for a =European emissions trading scheme.
For instance, in the lead-up to the Climate Summit in Kyoto last December, millions of dollars were spent on anti-global warming propaganda by corporations that will suffer from restrictions on the burning of fossil fuels.
The anti-global warming agreement reached in Japan has put the issue in the spotlight.