Change is happening in US, senators tell Bali delegates
Dec 11, 2007 | 03:15 PM
| Rory Carroll
Fifteen U.S. senators sent a letter to delegates at the United Nations-sponsored convention on climate change in Bali, Indonesia, urging participants to take encouragement from recent congressional actions on global warming.
The United States has been criticized by many at the conference for not taking the lead in addressing the problem. Instead, U.S. negotiators are insisting that China and India cap their emissions of greenhouse gases as a requirement for a U.S. cap. The developing countries counter that they should not have to....
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