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CDM Watch Newsletter #1, May 2009

Dear Friends,

Ahead of the next CDM EB meeting to take place from 26 – 28 May, Board members are now getting prepared for a busy agenda, including inter alia approving and revising baseline and monitoring methodologies and matters relating to the registration of CDM project activities. CDM Watch encourages the Board to address at its next meeting the following issues as a matter of priority:


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