“Stephen Harper has changed his mind, reversed his field and is now going to the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen.
He didn’t want to do it. Climate change is becoming the most divisive issue in this country since the fight over energy pricing in the 1970s and ’80s. But he had no choice.
The man the prime minister has been counting on to shape a climate change policy that Canada would have to accept is now going to Copenhagen himself on Dec. 9.
So when U.S. President Barack Obama said he would “drop in” on the climate change summit, Harper knew that he as well had to pack his bags for Denmark.”
Please look at my comment on Christina’s Article as my introduction into the article. Notably CBC’s introduction to the article creates a specific mood that identifies the Prime Minister and the President as childish and lazy in accordance with environmental policy. Do you believe it is accurate and effective in generating attention to Canada and the United States role in the Kyoto Protocol in comparison to the rest of the world?