Copenhagen: US accepts CO2 related dangers

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of the United States Monday published a decree stipulating that greenhouse gases are a threat to public health. EPA reveals that it has both the possibility and responsibility to help make reasonable efforts, says Futura Sciences. Reports the San Francisco Chronicle: “The EPA’s finding that carbon dioxide endangers the public also will give President Obama political ammunition when he goes before world leaders in Copenhagen next week to promise U.S. emissions cuts as part of international climate change negotiations that started Monday.” According to Senator John Kerry “”If Congress does not pass legislation dealing with climate change, the administration is more than justified to use the EPA to impose new regulation”.

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