Silence on global warming

The US presidential election draws near, with candidates of both major political parties noticeably quiet on what should be a defining issue. Their positions are clear enough. But neither Vice-Pres. Al Gore nor Texas Gov. George W. Bush has seen fit to make global warming prominent in debates over such higher-profile matters as energy prices, economic growth, and federal spending. Gore staked early claim to radical alarmism over global warming as a US senator. He wrote a book that turned political response to climate change into a moral crusade. As vice-president, he ensured that the US signed the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change. As Democratic candidate for the presidency, about all he h...

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