Searching for the Son of Kyoto

A former aide to Bush I says Bush II can find a global-warming compromise

The mooning of George W. Bush by global-warming protesters in Goteborg, Sweden, last week was only the latest and most vulgar example of the criticism that has been heaped on the President since March, when he declared that the Kyoto agreement on climate change was dead. The Administration, otherwise disciplined and well scripted in its first few months, has been left dazed and confused by the outcry at home and especially abroad. It tried to recover its footing by touting a myriad of other worthy environmental initiatives. But the problem hasn't gone away. The President needs to come up with his...

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