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  1. 1. GP RPW S a-c'+ Page 1 9 of RECORD TYPE: FEDERAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR:Jennifer Ise <> ( Jennifer Ise <> CREATION DATE/TIME: 7-JUN-2002 13:27:01.00 SUBJECT:; bush: "Proceed with global warming!" TO:Erika <> ( Erika <> [ UNKNOWNI READ :UNKNOWN TO:Antonia <> ( Antonia <> [ UNKNOWN ] READ :UNKNOWN TO:Joseph A. Hartenstine C CN=Joseph A. Hartenstine/OU=CEQ/O=EOP@EOP [ CEO I READ :UNKNOWN ( UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:scott boczkiewicz <> ( scott boczkiewicz <sboczkiewiczgdude READ :UNKNOWN TEXT: http: // .asp Jennifer L. Is, Program Specialist NOAA, NOS, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Estuarine Reserves Division CN/ORN5) 1305 East-West Highway Silver Spring, MD 20910 ><> ><> 301-713-3155 ext. 164 ><> ><> - 2002-06-05-06. asp====-========ATTACHMENT 1 ATT CREATION TIME/DATE: 0 00:00:00.00 TEXT: <html> <head> <title>ens</title> <meta name=" keywords" content=" #Attributes .keywords#"> <meta name="1description" content="#attributes.description#"> </head> <body bgcolor="#ffffff" link="#000000" vlink="#330099" alink="1#123C2A"1> <I--header logo table start--> <table border="11" bordercolor="1#333399"1 bgcolor="#ffffff" cellspacing="0" cellp adding='2" width="100%"> <tr> <td align="left" bgcolor="#ffffff"> <center><a href="http: //"><img src=" ologo.gif" border="10" alt="Save the Earth while you Surf! CLICK HERE"></a></cen ter> file://D:SEARCH_9_11_02_02_CEQF_8FLW7003 CEQ.TXT 6/9/2006
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  5. 5. Page 5 of 9 <I--middle content start / end tophtrnl--> <I--middle content end / begin bottomhtml--> Report</foflt></b> <P><B><font size="±l"1>President Bush Rejects Climate Change <b>By Cat Lazaroff</b><p> is distancing itsel <b>WASHINGTON, DC,</b> June 5, 2002 (ENS) - The White House humans are causing f from the Bush administration's first report to admit that Agency, while ack climate changes. The report from the Environmental Protection nowledging that human activities lead to global warming, argues that it is bett er to adapt to the changes than to try and stop them. communication to the Uni In "Climate Action Report 2002,"1 the third formal U.S. the EPA wrote, "Gr ted Nations under the Framework Convention on Climate Change eenhouse gases are accumulating in Earth's atmosphere as a result of human acti ocean temper vities, causing global mean surface air temperature and subsurface ature to rise." ALT="Bush" WID <IMG SRC="../pics22/bushspeaks.jpg" ALIGN=left HSPACE=2 VSPACE=2 report a product TH=130 HETGHT=127><HS>President George W. Bush called the EPA of a "bureaucracy." <SMALL>(Photo courtesy The White House)</SMALL></H5> in the Bush admin Conservation groups hailed the report as representing a shift istration's attitude toward scientific studies showing that the burning of foss of heat trappi il fuels such as oil, natural gas and coal is creating a blanket ng gasses around the planet. to the new r But on Tuesday, a day after news agencies gave widespread coverage eport, President George W. Bush dismissed the report as having been "put out by the bureaucracy." the position he has "I do not support the Kyoto treaty," Bush said, reiterating the United St held since his election. "The Kyoto treaty would severely damage we put out, tha ates economy, and I don't accept that. I accept the alternative improve t we can grow our economy and, at the same time, through technologies, our environment." added that the pr Later the same day, White House press secretary Ani Fleischer esident believes that there is "considerable uncertainty relating to the scien ce of climate change." that any 'definiti "This report submitted to the United Nations also recognizes ye prediction of potential outcomes is not yet feasible' and that, 'one of the and regional pr weakest links in our knowledge is the connection between global edictions of climate change'," Fleischer added. VSPACE=2 ALT="Sha <IMG SRC="..,/pics22/shastareservoir.jpg" ALICN=right HSPACE=2 6/9/2006 file://D:SEARCH_9_t11_02_02_CEQFSFLW7003_CEQ.TXT
  6. 6. Page 6 of 9 could reduce sta Reservoir" WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=l55><H5>Changing snowfall patterns the amount of runoff water from spring thaws available to fill reservoirs like Shasta Lake, behind the Shasta Dam in California. (NOAA))</sma <small>(Photo courtesy National oceanic Atmospheric Administration ll></115> are expected to i The EPA report warns that total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions ncrease by 43 percent between 2000 and 2020, despite Bush administration progra and the use of ms to encourage voluntary reductions in greenhouse gas emissions technology to store or sequester excess carbon dioxide (C02). reducing fresh This rise in emissions will disrupt rain and snowfall patterns, water supplies in reservoirs fed by melting snow, the EPA report projects. rang centers, and co erous heat waves will strike with increasing frequency in urban astal wetlands, homes and businesses may be inundated by rising sea levels. warns. Some natural habitats could disappear completely, the report and some barni 'A few ecosystems, such as alpine meadows in the Rocky Mountains er islands, are likely to disappear entirely in some areas,' states the report. experience majo "Other ecosystems, such as southeastern forests, are likely to r species shifts or break up into a mosaic of grasslands, woodlands and forests VSPACE=2 ALT="1we <1MG SRC="../pics22/evergladeswetland.jpg" ALICN=1eft HSPACE=C tland" WTDTH=169 HETGHT=250><H5>Coastal wetlands like the Florida Everglades co uld vanish due to rising sea levels, the EPA says. of Engineering) <small>4Photo courtesy Florida International University College </small></H5> can be done Some of these changes have already begun, the EPA says, and little to climate to stop them. "Natural ecosystems appear to be the most vulnerable change because generally little can be done to help them adapt," the report say S. or fragmentation 'Some of the goods and services lost through the disappearance of natural ecosystems are likely to be costly or impossible to replace," adds the report. that the U.S. ad Despite this dire prognosis, the EPA report does not recommend opt the emissions reductions required by the Kyoto Protocol, which President Bu the projected effe sh abandoned last year. in fact, the EPA argues that many of cts of global warming in the United States could be positive. producti The EPA predicts that global warming will likely increase agricultural vity in many regions by boosting rainfall in regions that grow cotton, citrus f ruit, sorghum and soybeans. distributed pre "Based on studies to date, unless there is inadequate or poorly segments of t cipitation, the net effects of climate change on the agricultural he U.S. economy over the 21st century are generally projected to be positive," the report concludes. ALT="beach" <IMG SRC=". ./pics22/jupiterbeach.jpg"I ALICN=right HSPACE=2 VSPACE=2 WIDTI-=25l HE:GET=193><HS>Low lying areas like Jupiter Beach, Florida face floo ding as sea levels rise. 5 <small>¾Photo by Marge Beaver, courtesy NOAA)</Small></H > that the rep The EPA recommends that humans work on adapting to climate changes ort calls "inevitable," rather than spending money and other resources in futil greenhouse gas em e attempts to prevent the global warming caused by decades of issions. 6/912006 file://D:SEARCH_9_11_02 02 CEQF_8FLW7003_CEQ.TXT
  7. 7. Page 7 of 9 natural climate variability, "Because of the momentum in the climate system and the EPA says. "The question is adapting to a changing climate is inevitable," whether we adapt poorly or well." to global warming are "increas Among the suggested tactics to help humans adapt health impacts of heat waves ed availability of air conditioning" to reduce the actions to reduce the impact Other nations are prepared to take more proactive of global warming. On Tuesday, Japan ratified the Kyoto Protocol, following clo members of the European Unio se on the heels of Friday's ratification by the 15 as possible." n. Russia has said it will ratify the pact "as soon VSPACE=2 ALT="meadow" <1140 SRC=". ./pics22/alpinemeadow.jpg"I ALIGN=left HSPACE=2 W1DTH=250 flETGHT=l34><H5>High elevation alpine meadows like this one in Steamb climate warms. oat Springs, Colorado, could disappear as the U.S. <small> (Photo courtesy High Mleadows Ranch)</small></H5> of carbon dioxide (C02), the m The United States is the world's largest emitter fuels and the main cause of g ajor heat trapping gas released by burning fossil round out the top four C02 lobal warming. The European Union, Russia and Japan emitters. be ratified by at least 55 For the protocol to become legally binding, it must at least 55 percent of the countries and by industrialized nations that emitted it could take effect bef world's C02 in 1990. If Russia ratifies the protocol, ore the end of the year. to reducing their emissions The countries that ratify the Kyoto Protocol commit of carbon dioxide to an average of 5.2 percent below 1990 levels during the fi ye year period 2008 to 2012. for the agreement, the United Because President flush has withdrawn U.S. support emissions reductions. States would not be bound by the protocol's required <I--middle content end / begin bottomhtml--> <I td>< /tr> </ table> <I td> </tr> </table> <!--cellpadding table end--> <!-- end middle content table--> <I--start right column--> 0099> vlink="#3 3 <td valign="top" align="center" width="2160" bgcolor="*ffffff" <font size=1l1><br></font> <I-- start right cellpadding table -- > <I--add news--> 3 3 9 9"1 cellspacing=" 2 " ce <table width="160", height="118" border="O" bgcolor"1#33 11padding="O"> <tr> 3 3 3 3 9 9'1> <td align="center" bgcolor='# You Can Use</b></font></t <font face="Verdana" size="2" color1#ffffff"1><b>News d></tr> <tr> 6/9/2006 file://D:SEARCH_9_¶1102_02_CEQFSFLW7003_CEQ.TXT
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