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Scotland: Anger greets Bush decisionIn Scotland, George Baxter of the World Wide
Fund for Nature, said: "Bush wants to turn
his back on the world. This is an international
issue and politicians should be displaying their
anger in the Scottish parliament, across the UK
and in Europe."
NZ: Greens Disgusted At US Withdrawal"What we have here is the world's biggest
From Kyoto Protocol
producer of global warming emissions turning
its back on the future of this planet," said
Ms Fitzsimons. "This is a decision which acutely
undermines the global commitment to protecting a
Germany, EU Focus on Global Warming``It is important that the U.S. accept its
responsibility for the world climate,''
Schroeder said in an interview in Wednesday's
Los Angeles Times. ``They are the biggest
economy in the world and the heaviest energy
U.S. Abandonment of Climate Pact``(Global warming is the most dangerous and
fearful challenge to humanity over the next
100 years,'' Meacher said.
Bush firm on climate changeMr Bush said: "We have an energy shortage.
I look forward to explaining this today to
the leader of Germany as to why I made the
decision I have."
. . .
"I think we all have to make absolutely clear
to the United States that this is not an issue
which can be regarded as some kind of marginal
environmental issue," she said.
Bush ditches 'green' treaty"It is exceptionally serious," Environment
Minister Michael Meacher said, adding: "Global
warming is happening... the Kyoto protocol is
the only game in town. There is no possibility
of negotiating an acceptable alternative."
. . .
The chorus of protest was joined by Japan.
Tomihiro Taniguchi, of the Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change, said he believed Mr
Bush had come under pressure from the US coal
and oil industry regarding the costs involved
in reducing CO2 emissions.
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