Major Economies Can Set the Course for Post-Kyoto Policy

The George C. Marshall Institute commends President Bush for his leadership in promoting a dialogue among major greenhouse gas emitters on a post-Kyoto road map to climate change policies. Together, the nations participating in this meeting account for 64% of greenhouse gas emissions. By building on the successful Asian-Pacific Partnership model, this meeting demonstrates that nations can collaborate successfully on actions to reduce emissions and that mandatory targets and timetables are not necessary to address the climate change risk.

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