the church of kyoto is closing soon. HM Government has know this for some time. They are climate realists.
National Post editorial board: Government deserves credit for saying Kyoto is dead
National Post editorial board December 6, 2010 – 2:49 pm
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The activists are the ones with their heads in the sand.
When federal Environment Minister John Baird arrives in Cancun, Mexico for the annual United Nations climate summit, he and his counterparts from around the world likely will agree to bury the Kyoto accords. But this will be a mere formality: Kyoto has been dead for years. It’s just that world leaders and UN officials have refused to acknowledge its passing.