Guests: Frank Loy Former Undersecretary of state for global affairs for President Clinton and chief U.S. negotiator for the Kyoto agreement. John Leo Contributing Editor, US News & World Reports Magazine. Chris Paynter Executive Director, Greening Earth Society Administration officials have announced that President Bush will not push for the implementation of the Kyoto agreement on global warming. The agreement, signed by the Clinton administration but never ratified by Congress, puts legally binding limits on C02 and other greenhouse gasses. The announcement on the Kyoto agreement came just days after the President backed away from a campaign promise to require power plants to curb C02 emissions. Join host on Juan Williams and guests as they look at the political ramifications of President Bush's environmental policies.
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