Friday, June 11, 2004

Non corporate-funded-thinktank commentaries on the G8 summit:

Interesting that the G8 summit was held on a private island off the coast from a primarily african-american town that hosts "four Superfund sites, seventeen identified hazardous waste sites, six actively polluting industries and hundreds of illegal toxic dumps".

And Kyoto was at the bottom of the list of important resolutions - as mentioned in a previous post. Oh... but there's no correllation, nor am I inferring any. Just making an observation.


Jeffrey Hill said...

Kyoto may have been bottom on the list because it's pretty much dead - much to the relief of business communities worldwide.

Dude said...

Bush could have showed some leadership in fixing the Kyoto treaty, rather than scrapping it altogether.