U.S. climate change policy isn't likely to change after BushQuicklink submitted by delia Permalink
|Last month in Bali, as the talks on a new climate change treaty reached a crisis point, the U.S. was actually booed by the delegates of more than 180 other countries. The Bush administration's dogged refusal to accept any hard targets for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions simply exhausted everybody's patience. But soon there will be a new president, and then the U.S. roadblock will be removed. Won't it?|
The time limit for entering new comments on this Quicklink has expired.
This limit can be removed. Our paid membership program is designed to give you many benefits, such as removing this time limit. To learn more, please click here.