Frank Heitmeyer on 2 Apr 2001 13:17:34 -0000

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[rohrpost] Oil Cowboys, Presidents and Kyoto Treaty

Hallo Rohrpostler,
was meint ihr, können wir helfen, den Briefkasten des White House vollzustopfen mit Protest über seine Menschen- und Lebensfeindliche Politik? Deren Verkündung er in Wahlverwandtschaft mit inquisitorischen Hexenverbrennern und Kreuzzüglern mit dem Nachsatz "May God protect us" untermalt!
Frank H.



- A White House spokesman said: "The president has been unequivocal. He does not support the Kyoto treaty." The Swedish Environment Minister described the move as "appalling and provocative".

- Bush's campaign for presidency was backed and financed by major US oil giants, which campaigned against the international treaty to prevent global warming.

- The US promised to cut their climate changing gases by 7% over 1990 levels before 2012 at the latest, but US emissions in fact rose by more than 10% between 1990 and 2000.

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Dear President Bush,

I call on you as President of the USA not to betray the Kyoto Protocol.

The United States must live up to its commitment to the UN negotiations to prevent global warming. Sabotaging the Kyoto Protocol puts the USA into a position of environmental isolationism and makes it responsible for climate catastrophe.

The US has one of the highest per capita CO2 emissions in the world. People around the world already faced with the first signs of climate change, suffering from floods and hurricanes, expect your country to be in the forefront of tackling climate change.

An enormous potential of creativity, innovation and efficiency is there to be harvested once we have decided to really reduce CO2 emission. If you fail to reverse your decision to kill the Kyoto Protocol, future generations will not forgive you.

President Bush, the science is clear and the international political will is there to tackle climate change. The US must join the world in fighting climate change.