World Has Seven Years To Take Vital Climate Decisions: Tony Blair

tony blair5The world has seven years to take vital decisions and implement measures to curb greenhouse gas emissions or it could be too late. This is what British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Tuesday.

Blair told a parliamentary committee, “If we don’t get the right agreement internationally for the period after which the Kyoto protocol will expire — that’s in 2012 — if we don’t do that then I think we are in serious trouble.”

He rightly said that it is only if the United States, India and China were part of a framework that included targets and that succeeded the 1992 Kyoto Protocol climate pact, the battle against global warming would be won.

Via: Environmental News Network

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