Climate Change

The Economist writes in a survey: “This survey will argue that although the science remains uncertain, the chances of serious consequences are high enough to make it worth spending the (not exorbitant) sums needed to try to mitigate climate change. It will suggest that, even though America, the world’s biggest CO2 emitter, turned its back on the Kyoto protocol on global warming, the chances are that it will eventually take steps to control its emissions. And if America does, there is a reasonable prospect that the other big producers of CO2 will do the same.”

Short URL: http://emergic.org/?p=8967

The reader-friendly version of the story, Climate Change, is made available for your personal and non-commercial use only.