How do I get the Kyoto Protocol modified to allow air capture of carbon so that climate change can be avoided?

My company believes that it has the technology to inexpensively capture and store gigatonnes of carbon dioxide and reverse climate change. We need Kyoto modified to allow us to gain carbon credits so we can build the industry to do this. It will take decades but if we push hard, we might be able to avoid the worse effects of climate change. Eventually, we will be able capture and store enough carbon to fulluy reverse the effects of climate change.

Asked By: david s - 10/6/2006
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Tough question there, David. Personally, I think there's a good chance we won't be able to stop global warming. Most people aren't taking it seriously... More
Answered By: Tom D - 10/6/2006
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Get yourself elected as a Head of State (or buy one). Reconvene the Kyoto conference. Bribe enough people to agree with you. Then all you've got to do is convince the yanks to implement whatever they've agreed. Good luck!
Answered By: old-know-all - 10/6/2006
Kyoto isn't worth the paper it's written on since none of the leaders want to abide by it.... Where is PM Harper from? Alberta, the biggest poluter in Canada... Nope, can't cost the oil industry money, might cost the Conservatives votes. Bitter? Me? Nah....
Answered By: mama_bears_den - 10/6/2006
inialte america
Answered By: tom m - 10/6/2006
I do not wish to discourage people to find answers to avoid climate change. We've been there, and based on our experienced in developing environmentally friendly needed products for the airline industry it all boils to politics and vested interest rather than interest of the majority... More
Answered By: Dave - 10/7/2006
Get up close and personal with a head of state (should not be to hard).
Answered By: dirky - 10/7/2006
Start by getting some education, friend
Answered By: bryan s - 10/7/2006
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