Bush Speech on Global Climate Change + US climate change plan branded ‘Neanderthal’

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Updated: April 18, 2008 See article below. ~ Lo

What economical growth? ~ Lo

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April 16, 2008
C-SPAN Bush Coverage

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Updated

US climate change plan branded ‘Neanderthal’

http://www.abc.net.au
April 17, 2008

A new plan from US President George Bush which aims to cap greenhouse gases by 2025 has been dismissed as “disastrous” and “Neanderthal” by a group of ministers at a climate change meeting in Paris.

This week Mr Bush said he wanted to stop the growth of US emissions by 2025, taking a stronger stance on the issue than in the past.

However his plan, announced at a ministerial-level meeting of major carbon emitters, has drawn criticism from delegates from Australia, the European Union and some US participants.

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h/t: CLG

see

Cheney Goes After Olbermann at the Correspondents Dinner

The End of the World as You Know It… & the Rise of the New Energy World Order

A land without water + The Iceman (videos)

More than 3 billion people condemned to premature death from hunger & thirst

The Waking Up Syndrome

The Most IMPORTANT Video You’ll Ever See (videos; Parts 1-4)

The Most IMPORTANT Video You’ll Ever See (videos; Parts 5- 8 )

How It All Ends: Your Mission (global warming; must-see videos)

How It All Ends (Global Warming; must-see video; links)

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  3. Dandi,
    I believe warming is natural, and blamed humans, to scape-goat all humans as the culprits causing global warmth.
    Where is the Renewalbe Bio-Fuels, let the small independent farmer’s compete.
    We’ve seen what a single source energy co-op has brought.

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