Comments:EU may see no reason to go to next major emitters meeting
Why i ask? 
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- Are the USA wanting to destroy Africa ?
- and how the "very christian" Bush's government can him explain a choice which is and will kill millions ?
- and how christians communities can support a such governement ?
184.108.40.206 12:59, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
- I can't answer for the Bush administration of course, but I have heard people from American NGOs saying that a number of conservative politicians with evangelical backgrounds, or Evangelists themselves are saying that action must be taken to preserve nature (regardless of the precise science). So I think there might be a number of Christians that do not support the current governments stance (not that I wish to speak for them, this is just my guess).
- Regards Sean Heron 17:11, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
its the only thing America understands (and hell given their huge debt the don't understand it too well) If the EU is serious about global warming its time for trade sanctions with the US!
- will it be good for the economy? NOm ofc not!
- will it be better than death? most definitely!
- I have been wondering as well why the EU don't put more pressure on the US, but I think the matter is just not as simple as that. I think there is still hope (especially with regard to the upcoming US presidential election) that the US will come on board with stringent GHG emission targets, and in that case it would be work together, rather than against them I think. Regards Sean Heron 17:11, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
Agree with USA 
If polluters like China & Mexico are not included in the talks, why add another burden to our already weak economy by adding more rules. We pollute so mch less than they do, why not wait for them to catch up?220.127.116.11 21:48, 6 December 2008 (UTC)