Saturday, September 19, 2009
According to The New York times, in about 3 months 120 countries will meet to talk about the increasing problem of climate change. However the negotiations for a new climate change agreement that are to be signed in Copenhagen this December are badly delayed. While virtually all of the largest developed nations have made domestic commitments toward creating more efficient, renewable sources of energy to cut emissions, none want to take the lead in fighting for significant international emissions reduction targets, lest they be accused at home of selling out future jobs and economic growth. At this time the fight against climate change and over emission is without a leader.