Bush Says Farewell to Blair with Empty Rhetoric on Climate Change
Plugs and Cars
MAY 19, 2007
And make one final pitch for American cooperation on climate change. At a Rose Garden press conference within earshot of anti-war protesters beyond the White House gate, Bush's prepared remarks included this: And we talked, of course, about climate change. We spent a lot of time on climate change. Harlan Watson, President Bush's chief climate negotiator, rejected any caps on US emissions or participation in carbon trading. Tony Blair came to DC to say farewell.