Rethinking Kyoto

At the moment it’s about democracy. Elections in Russia, Spain and Greece, European Parliament elections in June, and the future nomination of a new European Commission, have persuaded heads of government, legislators and even European commissioners to listen to what European industry and a substantial proportion of the EU’s population have been muttering sotto voce for nearly seven years: what is the EU’s adherence to the Kyoto Treaty on Climate Change for, and how much will it cost?

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