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Argument: Kyoto Protocol wrongly exempts heavy-emitting developing nations

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'''[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UetAng5KE5E "Glenn Beck: The Truth of the Kyoto Protocol". Posted on YouTube. September 21, 2007]''' - Makes the case for the US rejection of the treaty, largely on the point that it does not adequately hold industrializing nations to account. '''[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UetAng5KE5E "Glenn Beck: The Truth of the Kyoto Protocol". Posted on YouTube. September 21, 2007]''' - Makes the case for the US rejection of the treaty, largely on the point that it does not adequately hold industrializing nations to account.
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Supporting evidence

  • Al Gore actually opposed the Kyoto protocol in 1997 on the point that it was

Supporting videos

"Glenn Beck: The Truth of the Kyoto Protocol". Posted on YouTube. September 21, 2007 - Makes the case for the US rejection of the treaty, largely on the point that it does not adequately hold industrializing nations to account.

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