Bush Administration Firm On Kyoto NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports that European environmental officials have not persuaded the Bush administration to change its position on the Kyoto agreement. EPA Director Christine Whitman told a European delegation yesterday that President Bush is sticking with his decision to withdraw support for the agreement, because it would be too costly and is unfair to the U.S.

Bush Administration Firm On Kyoto

Bush Administration Firm On Kyoto

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NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports that European environmental officials have not persuaded the Bush administration to change its position on the Kyoto agreement. EPA Director Christine Whitman told a European delegation yesterday that President Bush is sticking with his decision to withdraw support for the agreement, because it would be too costly and is unfair to the U.S.