Monday, August 22, 2005



Are the G8 marking time until they're replaced? Per the Gleneagles Plan of Action, "Those of us who have ratified the Kyoto Protocol will work to strengthen and develop the implementation of the [global] market mechanisms. . .".

This is an unrealistic aim, partly because almost 80% of the world's oil reserves are controlled by governments that have little regard for the free market.

"The United Nations seems the only organisation that can negotiate sufficient order - not the G8. But it'll have to be asked first. But do enough nations really want a peaceful settlement of the energy crisis?" - see below, 'No one has asked the UN'.
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