The Editor's Perspective

01/09/2006
That a geographic pattern of opinion has become part of the controversy over global warming suggests a what-if mind experiment that might be illuminating.Europe, as anyone paying attention knows, rightly claims leadership on responses to global warming and has raced ahead of everyone else on the issue. Prominent among “everyone else” is the US.The Europe Union has led support for the Kyoto Treaty on Climate Change and has its own program to pursue Kyoto targets. Some non-European countries have followed. Some, prominently the US, have not.The geographic dimension of the controversy has settled into something like this: European advocates for prompt and costly warming responses...
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