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Re: Climate Change Conference in Montreal

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December 09, 2005 10:08PM
Canadian officials said the U.S. delegation was displeased with the last-minute scheduling of the Clinton speech. But U.S. delegation chief Paula Dobriansky issued a statement saying events like Clinton's appearance "are useful opportunities to hear a wide range of views on global climate change."

Despite Clinton's message, many here seemed resigned to WAITING FOR POLITICAL CHANGE in Washington.

"It's such a pity the United States is still very much unwilling to join the international community, to have a multilateral effort to deal with climate change," said the leader of the African group of nations here, Kenya's Emily Ojoo Massawa.

"The administration just doesn't seem to get it. They don't understand the world is suffering from climate change," said Jennifer Morgan of the environmentalist group Climate Action Network.
http://www.contracostatimes.com/mld/cctimes/living/science/13362648.htm Mr Texican will never provide the kind of leadership this country needs, to seriously addresss, in a meaningful manner, the changes that the US will need to come to grips with, in facing the new realities precipitated by our collective actions, lifestyles, etc, and its effect, upon the biosphere of this planet.
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