Environmental Groups Slam G8 Leaders for Not Doing More on Global Warming

In Japan, world leaders at the G8 summit have announced they would work toward cutting carbon emissions by at least 50 percent by 2050. The White House hailed the declaration as a major step forward, but environmental campaigners criticized the lack of a commitment to midterm targets. Global warming ties into other big themes, such as soaring food and fuel prices, being discussed at the three-day summit. We go to Hokkaido to speak with Walden Bello of Focus on the Global South.

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~ by peaceseeker99 on July 10, 2008.

One Response to “Environmental Groups Slam G8 Leaders for Not Doing More on Global Warming”

  1. of course hte most pollutant country CHINA will never do anythign responsible to help

    http://www.naturesgrasp.com

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