Is Bush's Promise of Global Warming Talks Too Late?

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President Bush barely showed up for this week's UN session on global warming, but he's conceded that human activities do contribute to climate change. Today the White House begins its own conference with 16 countries responsible for 90% of greenhouse gas emissions. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice opened the meeting of the world's 16 top polluting nations—including Brazil, South Africa and, most importantly, China and India, alone with the industrialized western nations.  Will it undermine—or complement—the United Nations? Is the international community taking it seriously?


Juliet Eilperin - Pulitzer Prize-winning senior national affairs correspondent for The Washington Post - @eilperin, David Montgomery - Vice President of Environmental Issues at CRA International, Annie Petsonk - International Counsel at Environmental Defense, Scott H. Segal - Head of Government Relations Section, Bracewell and Giuliani

Warren Olney

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