Back in 1997, an international climate agreement was drawn up in Kyoto, Japan and last Wednesday, the Kyoto Protocol went into effect. Russia, Canada, New Zealand, the entire EU and a host of other countries have agreed to lower greenhouse gas emissions by more than 5% by 2012. Austria has promised to lower its greenhouse gas emission by 13%! Is this really going to help stop global warming? Not if the biggest producers of greenhouse gas emissions, the United States, don't get on the Kyoto bandwagon some say. Others think the legally binding protocol is a political ploy meant to damage the economies of developing nations and that the global warming everybody is so worried about is in fact a completely natural atmospheric process. With a multi-layered take on the Kyoto Protocol, Riem Higazi presents "Global Warming: Man-Made or Made-Up?" - on FM4's Reality Check.