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February 16, 2005 
Japan Ambassador to Brazil Horimura plants a tree in Brasilia's Botanic Garden on day of Kyoto protocol... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Japan Ambassador to Brazil Horimura plants a tree in Brasilia's Botanic Garden on day of Kyoto ... 
Japan Ambassador to Brazil Horimura plants a tree in Brasilia's Botanic Garden on day of Kyoto protocol launch. Japan Ambassador to Brazil Takahiko Horimura plants a symbolic tree inside the Botanical Garden in the capital, during a ceremony to mark the official launch of the Kyoto Protocol, in Brasilia, February 16, 2005. After years of delays, the U.N. Kyoto Protocol on curbing human emissions of heat-trapping gases blamed for disrupting the climate took effect at 0500 GMT with muted celebrations of a deal Washington dismisses as an economic straitjacket. Supporters of the 141-nation pact say it is a tiny step to slow global warming by imposing legally binding caps on greenhouse gas emissions in 35 developed nations, mainly from burning fossil fuels in power plants, factories and cars. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar 
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