May 31 (Reuters) - Following are details of U.S. President George W. Bush's proposal for addressing greenhouse gas emissions, an issue that will confront the leaders of the Group of Eight nations meeting in Germany next week. * Bush will convene a meeting this fall of around 15 countries that produce the largest amount of greenhouse gases to discuss a long-term goal for curbing emissions. * The countries would include the G8 major developed economies of the United States, Japan, Germany, ...
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