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Harper to G8: It's not fair because China and India don't have to. Isn't that right George.

In a repeat of his European tour, Harper is planning to go to the G8 meetings to give excuses why he is not implementing our current Kyoto targets and to place roadblocks in the negotiation of future emission targets, which he agreed to negotiate last December at Bali.

Meanwhile Bush, ignoring the fact that the US is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world (China became no. 1 this year) will oppose any new agreement that does not contain targets for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions by the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world.

Fortunately for Americans, their embarrassment will finally come to an end this year, as this is the last G8 meeting for Bush. 

Unfortunately for Canadians our embarrassment could remain in office for another one.



Details of Harpers G8 message here.

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