Thursday, February 24, 2005

The Upcoming Kyoto Piece

I promised, in my comments on the last post, that I would write an article about the Kyoto protocol. I am currently researching this issue (you know, reading a couple of books, that sort of stuff) and should have within a week a finely polished piece explaining the whole thing, including: what the people behind Kyoto are really after (hint: it has nothing to do with protecting the environment).

8 Comments:

At 10:52 AM, Blogger "The Confused Consultant" said...

Hey John
I have always inclination towards constitution of any country..particularly regulatory affairs. I didnt knew its on my next blog.
Thanks for information
Sunny

 
At 10:53 AM, Blogger "The Confused Consultant" said...

Hey John
I have always inclination towards constitution of any country..particularly regulatory affairs. I didnt knew its on my next blog.
Thanks for information
Sunny

 
At 10:12 AM, Blogger Kyle said...

I will look forward to shredding your post in to a million little pieces =).

 
At 10:48 AM, Blogger Megan said...

Nothing to do with protecting the environment? I look forward to reading your well "researched" piece. Will give you props if you maintain a steady sense of objectivity throughout...

 
At 3:23 PM, Blogger Kyle said...

I second that, megan..

 
At 5:58 PM, Blogger James Howard Shott said...

Bring it on, John. The Kyoto Protocols are more likely to negatively affect the U.S. than to produce any measurable effect on the environment.

Looks like Kyle and Megan need a good lesson in reality.

 
At 6:08 PM, Blogger Kyle said...

Why don't you go study the atmosphere and then come back and say that again when you have some credibility.

 
At 11:20 PM, Blogger Nick Speth said...

Oooh, I don't want to get involved because a) Things are getting pretty heated, and b) I don't know enough. Still:

From my limited knowledge, I'd say that environmentalists generally overstate the "threat" of global warming among other things, but also other forces like big industry generally dismiss it altogether, which is also foolish.

Perhaps a day will come when conservatives and liberals can reach a genuine agreement on this issue.

 

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