2004 Republican Party Platform: on Energy & Oil


No Kyoto, no mandatory carbon emissions controls

Republicans are committed to meeting the challenge of long-term global climate change by relying on markets and new technologies to improve energy efficiency. These efforts will help reduce emissions over time while allowing the economy to grow. Our President and our Party strongly oppose the Kyoto Protocol and similar mandatory carbon emissions controls that harm economic growth and destroy American jobs.
Source: 2004 Republican Party Platform, p. 71 Sep 1, 2004

  • The above quotations are from 2004 Republican Party Platform: A Safer World and a More Hopeful America.
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