We have in Canada a Government that calls itself Conservative but is really a radical reactionary diodachi that to the puzzlement of the Canadian scientific community hews loyally to the line of the Bush administration on the matter of climate change. This government is an embarrassment to Canadian scientists who attend international meetings and have to try to explain this daft and illogical situation. It is dismaying to read that in Washington there are politicians who, for purely political tactical considerations are dismayed that Al Gore has made his statement at this time. Gore is to be thanked for his devotion to this unavoidable cause.
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