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RT @TheGuardian – Copenhagen climate change conference: ‘Fourteen days to seal history’s judgment on this generation’

Earlier today, 56 major newspapers in 45 countries and 20 languages joined together to publish a shared editorial on climate change ahead of the Copenhagen summit, a project largely led by the Guardian.

As the Guardian points out, in a sort of primer to the actual editorial piece, it is immediately obvious that the “the sole representative of the world’s second biggest polluter” – us over here in the U.S. – is the Miami Herald. Then this line is just too good not to quote: “It is hard not to be struck by the parallel with the Kyoto agreement when the US stood to one side as the world began to move against climate change.”

WHERE IS CAPTAIN PLANET?

-Drew

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