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Climate Bill 'Could Lead World'

Posted December 05, 2008 8:48 AM

From BBC News | Science & Environment | UK Edition:

A newly-published Scottish bill to help tackle climate change could be a "world leader", environmental groups have claimed. The Scottish Government proposals would see an 80% reduction in the country's greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. It also sets out measures to tackle shipping and aviation emissions. Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, a coalition of 30 environmental groups, said the bill could be the most significant for a generation.

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12/05/2008 9:25 PM

My Brother Bill always thought he could be a "world leader", too.

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12/08/2008 10:15 AM

I thought it was Climate Al ?

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12/08/2008 10:30 AM

Definitely no relation!

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12/06/2008 10:16 PM

Read all the qualifier words: Could, would, if, may etc.

Another instance of getting on the fashionable "Climate change" bandwagon.

One of the attractions is the subsidies available, at the expense of....you guessed correctly....the long-suffering taxpayer once again.

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12/06/2008 11:12 PM

Hey, what does the politician care, it's only your money.

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