Argument: Kyoto is a cost-ineffective approach to solving global warming
"The Case Against Kyoto." The Guardian. 21 February 2004. - "Kyoto is among the least cost-effective ways to address climate change. It thus violates the UN framework convention on climate change (to which both Britain and the US are parties), which obliges governments to pursue "cost-effective" measures to address climate change. Our poll found that 70% of Britons believe that the UK should pursue these more cost-effective measures, rather than Kyoto."