In honor of an unlikely candidate in my circles, former Reagan SOS George Schultz, I propose a San Francisco Protocol on climate change. Not a bad piece.
Never mind Kyoto, the name alone is synonymous with failure and overused by wingnuts. We need a new treaty, one that works to curb greenhouse gases because we live on a ball spinning in the wilderness of space. There is nowhere to go, and roasting like a chestnut, isn't much fun, as last week in California proved all too well. Let's get busy!
Labels: climate change people, climate science, treaties