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GGSGuns, Germs and Steel
GGSGood Games (Quake)
GGSGiant Garter Snake
GGSGanteng2 Serigala
GGSGlobal Geospace Science
GGSGlenn Gould Studio (recording; Canada)
GGSGenerations and Gender Survey
GGSGeelong Grammar School (Australia)
GGSGlobal Geoscience
GGSGravesend Grammar School (UK)
GGSGondwana Geological Society (India)
GGSGlobal Government Solutions (Dallas, TX)
GGSGirls Go Shopping
GGSGolden Gate Section (various organizations)
GGSGSA Global Supply
GGSGovernor-General's Literary Awards (Canada)
GGSGonna Go Smoke
GGSGas Gathering Station (oil & gas)
GGSGeorgia Great Southern (railroad)
GGSGas Gathering System (oil & gas)
GGSGeorgia Gerontology Society
GGSGuaranteed Gain System (gaming)
GGSGirl Guides Singapore
GGSGeorgia Gourd Society
GGSGlobal Geospace Study
GGSGround Gained Sideways
GGSGrenoble Gospel Singers
GGSGreenhouse Gas Strategy (various organizations)
GGSGerry Grossman Seminars
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In 2001, the territorial government released a step-by-step plan called, The Greenhouse Gas Strategy. The 70-page document mapped out a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations to 10 per cent below 2001 levels by the year 2011.
In a recently published report, (12) Leonardo Ribon and Helen Scott from the Global Sustainability Institute at RMIT argue that 'criticism of the carbon offset industry is justified, as only some Australian carbon offset service providers communicate on their websites that offsetting emissions is only one element of a comprehensive greenhouse gas strategy. Only a few organisations do encourage their clients to measure, reduce and then offset, rather than purely offering the offset service.'
The three "climate" value networks focus on Wal-Mart's global greenhouse gas strategy; energy, design construction, and maintenance; and global logistics.
The Paris-based global body said in a wide assessment of Czech energy policy and performance: "This suggests that there is still substantial potential to improve Czech energy efficiency." It said there was in particular room for improvement in the building and transport sectors, noting critically "the fall of government funding for energy efficiency in recent years is not consistent with (its) ambitious targets for energy efficiency improvement." The IEA was also unhappy about the republic lacking a comprehensive greenhouse gas strategy, partly because CO2 emissions from fuel combustion fell by 24% between 1990 and 2003 anyway, enabling the country to easily meet its Kyoto Protocol commitments.
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