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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Kyoto: RIP

Lorne Gunter:

At this week's G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Germany, the climate show will be on display every time one of the major industrial leaders step to the bank of microphones. Yet when they go behind close doors, a very different climate reality will be discussed.

Kyoto is dead. And the G8 leaders all know it's dead, too. It's just that some -- Canada, Australia, Japan and the United States -- have been more honest about giving Kyoto's loved ones the sad news.
Kyoto. May it rest in peace.

Update: Some Canadian politicians haven't got the message yet.


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Anonymous said...

Now if we can just get the greenies to accept reality .... oh wait, that's never going to happen is it?
Perhaps we could goad them into making a commitment to pay back all their funding if it turns out that CO2 is not the cause of this small warming period. I would bet none of them would actuall risk any of their money betting on their cause.