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Senator Campbell has also used the release of the report to promote the Government's pro-uranium policy.
He says it would be wrong of Australia not to export uranium to developing nations as a part of a strategy to halt climate change.
Australia and the United States, who have been criticised for remaining outside the Kyoto protocol on greenhouse gases, have now reportedly formed their own pact on climate change.
A report in The Australian newspaper claims they have joined with other heavy greenhouse polluters, China, India and South Korea, to focus on scientific advancements to ease the problem.
The Federal Government and the Bush administration have flatly refused to ratify the Kyoto protocol saying the treaty will damage industry and coal exports.
A Government report released yesterday warns of damage to Australia's ecosystems, agriculture and economy because of climate change.
The United States alone contributes about 15 per cent of all polluting gases and together the five countries account for more than 40 per cent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.