Watching Government: After Bonn

Some of the US's closest allies insist the Kyoto climate change treaty is not dead, although diplomats and environmentalists fret that the long-term prognosis for the world's first greenhouse gas agreement is still shaky.Representatives from 178 countries meeting last month in Bonn disproved conventional wisdom that the treaty would be shelved because the US was not at the negotiating table. After 4 days of intense meetings, delegates declared they now have a more complete roadmap for countries to follow to meet Kyoto's goals. US officials attended the meetings but reiterated President George W. Bush's position that the treaty's emission targets are not scientifically ...

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