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ETCDMJI letter 2003
Brussels, 28th February 2003.To: Margot Wallstrom, Commissioner for the EnvironmentCc: the European CommissionDear Commissioners,We, NGOs of Climate Action Network Europe, are writing to express our seriousconcern at the forthcoming draft proposal to allow the use of credits from the JointImplementation (JI) and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in the EU emissiontrading system.
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