Editorial-A new Kyoto push

A new push will appear soon for the US to acquiesce in panic over global warming. Now that Russia has ratified the Kyoto Treaty on Climate Change, pressure will grow for Americans to join the futility. Although Kyoto can do very little about apparent warming, its supporters cheer it as a first step, which—to those who dare question the need for and efficacy of urgent response—only diminishes its appeal.Kyoto will loiter in the halls of US government as a way for newly reelected US President George W. Bush to win over Europeans, who in overwhelming numbers despise him. If only he'll compromise on Kyoto, the argument will go, Europeans will warm to him and his country.Bush i...

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