A pair of environmental watchdogs is attacking the Bush Admin.’s decision to not support the Kyoto Protocol, a multi-nation treaty designed to cut carbon-dioxide emissions and five other greenhouse gases linked to global warming. Kyoto, authored by the United Nations and signed by 141 countries, took effect Feb. 16 with various targets set to be met by 2012, including reduced automobile emissions. Bush criticized for backing off Kyoto. The U.S. and Australia are notable bench ...

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