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November 17th, 2006

Bayer has already exceeded the objectives of the Kyoto Protocol

Abstract:
Bayer sees the use of sustainable raw materials and biomass as offering possibilities for future markets that will reflect the challenges of climate change. And the key forward-looking technologies of biotechnology and nanotechnology can be used to utilize renewable energy sources more effectively.

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