U.S. and Japan Under Pressure at Climate Talks

| July 23, 2001

U.S. and Japan Under Pressure at Climate Talks, Paul Brown, The Guardian
Environmental ministers of the world's nations have gathered in Bonn, Germany, this week for talks aimed at curbing the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. The atmosphere at the crucial gathering is heavy and foreboding, reports Paul Brown in the UK's Guardian Unlimited, because of the likely pullout by two of the earth's most prosperous nations, the U.S. and Japan.
--Al Paulson
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