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Senate climate vote puts heat on administration

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posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 07:38 PM
Finally some of the reports on the “Global warming” are causing some concern among our politicians in Capitol Hill.

I was watching a program in the science channel that bring many issues on how long ago the changes in our planet started to get noticeable.

Also is very interesting to point out that when it comes to the American people, they don’t seem to like the Global warming issue most American’s agree that is real but not to happen in their life time.

Most American also feels that the government should not do anything about it immediately.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A simmering conflict between U.S. lawmakers and the Bush administration over global climate change could boil over in the coming week when the Senate debates legislation that would require U.S. industry to cut emissions of heat-trapping gases.

My question is . . . if we keep on thinking that the effects of global warming will not get worse for us to worry about it in our lives time, then what kind of legacy are we are going to leave to our children’s children when they have to wake up everyday to a devastated planet because we are not doing anything to help now in the present.


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