While the U.N. rehashes a new Kyoto protocol, an organization that promotes wise stewardship of earth’s resources says the new protocol is more aggressive than the old one.
Craig Rucker is the executive director of the Washington DC-based Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT). He was in Poland recently as more than 180 nations gathered there to discuss a new Kyoto protocol.
“And the Kyoto Treaty, which is set to expire in 2012, is needing to be either amended or just dropped entirely — and the consensus of many of the nations here is that they want to try to have a Kyoto II.”
Rucker says Kyoto II could be more aggressive than the first.