US back on global warming

| 05/11/2008

(NY Times): Hopes soared in Europe for renewed momentum on climate change following the election of Barack Obama The European Union has been alone in setting up an international greenhouse gas emissions trading system after President George W. Bush declined to ratify the Kyoto climate treaty. Hans-Gert Pöttering, the president of the European Parliament, welcomed the opportunity for a fresh start highlighting green issues, saying he hoped the two sides would work “together in effective partnership on many of the global issues facing decision-makers in our both continents, for example climate change.” Go to article


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