With the Kyoto Treaty Dead, Environmentalists Take Incremental Approach, By John K. Carlisle

National Policy Analysis #316 /
For the moment, Americans can breathe a sigh of relief that the Kyoto global warming treaty will not turn their standard of living upside down - but only for a moment. Negotiated by the Clinton Administration in December 1997, Kyoto ...
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