Scientist Hopeful on Climate Conference

Nov 27, 2007 By MUNEEZA NAQVI, Associated Press Writer
Scientist Hopeful on Climate Conference (AP)
Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which won this year's Nobel Peace Prize along with former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, calls on Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, left in New Delhi, India, Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. A U.N. climate change conference in Indonesia may produce a roadmap for countries to reduce their global-warming emissions after the Kyoto protocol expires in 2012, Pachauri said Monday. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)

(AP) -- A U.N. climate change conference in Indonesia may produce a roadmap for countries to reduce their global-warming emissions after the Kyoto protocol expires in 2012, a scientist said Monday.



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DrPhysics
5 / 5 (2) Nov 28, 2007
Hmmmmm ............ Kyoto ---- UN AIDs prevalence figures. Hmmmmmm ........ same level of accuracy?

With HIV/AIDs you can count people and KNOW the cause. With GW you don't have that luxury. Thank God some of the countries did not sign-on. Can't trust the United kNuckleheads. They border on criminal ..... brown shirts.