The most crucial element of this question is “we” If we refers to the United States then the answer is no because the United States never actually signed on to the Kyoto Protocol. However, the latest round of international talks on climate change, seen by most of the world as the successor to Kyoto, is being held mid-December 2009 in Copenhagen and the US appears to be moving towards some kind of commitment to a global agreement to reduce GHG emissions as indicated by President Obama’s rescheduling of his appearance at the talks. It is generally agreed that the world’s biggest polluters have to agree to abide by negotiations for the negotiations to have any significance.
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