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Kyoto on the ropes in Canda

I'm getting the impression that the whole Kyoto debate will soon be moot. At this rate, how long can it be before there is no real agreement to join? Now Canada is becoming disillusioned.

A team of officials responsible for a key part of the Kyoto implementation plan has been decimated by resignations, raising questions about whether insiders believe the plan can work.
Natural Resources officials won't speak on the record, but some privately mock Environment Canada's Kyoto plan as little more than a fiction filled with soft numbers and wishful thinking.

Hell, we could've told you that.

(Hat tip : Tim)