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Kyoto Fiasco In Shambles

After New Zealand, now it's Canada.

Ottawa — A team of officials responsible for a key part of the Kyoto implementation plan has been decimated by resignations, raising questions about whether insiders believe the plan can work. The now-depleted team is responsible for securing emissions reductions from 700 companies in mining and manufacturing, oil and gas, and thermal electricity, which account for almost half of Canada's greenhouse emissions.

“The key people that we dealt with are almost all gone," said John Bennett of the Sierra Club. “They had the expertise and the calculations and had negotiated with industry for a couple of years. They have to all be replaced."

He said Environment Canada doesn't have staff in place to fulfill Kyoto implementation, “and it's not just about emissions-trading, it's right across the board."
Filed under: it's-not-gonna-work

Posted by kianb on Jul 26, 2005 8:00 pm

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[ #8 ]/ zorkmidden The more I hear about Ebola, the more I want to watch
That's amazingly done. Great skills you got there!
Are you sure it's not Ebola?
Thanks for your insight Zork. I agree that creating an indie game must involve loving what you are doing and
[ #9 ]/ packen: LMAO.
' 99% of the time, when things didn’t work it was just because the customer had shitty OEM drivers
[ #7 ]/ zorkmidden: I don't know about you, but when I heard about Ebola in Sacramento, my first
[ #2 ]/ zorkmidden: Yes! LOL I see the Joker and Black Santa Claus but I can't identify
That was a very good read, thanks kian!
I don't sympathize with his bitterness though. I'm a gamer and a game developer and it's my love for games
' The problem we generally have is just that Intel drivers – almost always Intel – simply crash our
' Of course, 99% of the time, when things didn’t work it was just because the customer had shitty
' By which I mean, independent game developers get more nasty shit from gamers than they get praise. '
Is that Ronald McDonald behind Superman?
The more I hear about Ebola, the more I want to watch World War Z for the fiftieth time.
The article in the Sacramento Bee had an accompanying poll "How concerned are you that you'll catch Ebola" or something
[ Phew! We can all breathe safely now. ]/ (Except for evariste, who is still in quarantine.)
I'm 14 and I had sex for the first time and the condom broke and I had no idea I
She told me so in a way that I won't soons forget.
I have it on good authority that patient zero is not zorkie either.
Don't look at me, I am only in quarantine for regular observation not for ebola. Also, I told
Oh and feel free to edit my headline with the correct spelling of Sacramento
Saw this and thought of you zorkie. We'll keep you in prayer that its NOT Ebola.
[img] Ha ha ha.
Not sure about taking this article serious or not. I just thought it sounds pretty funny.

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