Who Didn't See This Coming?
Kid Various pegged it a long time ago, but he thought they'd wait until at least the inauguration. Now that Obama is president, Europe says Kyoto "not that big a deal..."
Italy and Germany agree that measures to cut greenhouse gases shouldn't weigh on the economy, Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel said at a press conference Tuesday, indicating government support for tough new measures in Europe is waning.
Any new European Union decisions on climate change and energy "must be taken in such a way as to not weigh on industry" in Europe, she said at a press conference televised live by Sky Italia.
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