[Jokes] Kyoto commitments

Chris Fry CFry at BlitzGames.com
Tue Jun 19 17:28:47 BST 2001

Dear friends of the planet: 
George Bush recently announced that the United States
Government will 
not honour its commitments under the 1997 Kyoto
Protocol to reduce 
greenhouse gases. The United States produce 25% of the
world's carbon 
dioxide, a gas that is believed to be the main
contributor to global 
Rising global temperatures are known to raise sea
levels, and change 
precipitation and other climate conditions. Changing
climates alter forests, 
crop yields, and water supplies. It could also
threaten human health, and 
harm birds, fish, and many types of ecosystems. An
increase in 
weather-related disasters will occur, deserts may
expand into existing range 
lands, densely populated coastal areas will flood and
large numbers of people 
will have to move. 
Show you disagree with the Bush Administration's
decision to withdraw from 
the 1997 Kyoto Protocol on Global Warming. Urge Bush
to review his policy in 
this matter and devise a comprehensive plan to reduce
US emissions of 
so-called greenhouse gases. 
Sign your name, town and country of residence at the
bottom of this e-mail, 
copy the entire text of this e-mail (do NOT use the
forward button), into a 
new message and send it to as many people as possible.

If you see 100 people have signed this message before
you, send this e-mail 
to the White House at president at whitehouse.gov to show
Mr. Bush the world is 
Then start a fresh copy of this message with your name
as the first signer. 
Thank you. 

1-Tom Gehrels, Toronto, Canada 
2-Rene Pottkamp, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 
3-Beppechien Bruins Slot, Haarlem, the Netherlands 
4-Marloes Kraan, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 
5-Kim Knibbe, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 
6-Jose Lima, Portugal 
7-Rui Pereira, Lisboa, Portugal 
8-Joao Alves, Lisboa, Portugal 
9-Tiago Jonatas,Lisboa,Portugal 
10-Nuno Encarnacao, Lisboa, Portugal 
11-Filipe Fernandes, Lisboa, Portugal 
12-David Manuel Dias Neto, Lisboas, Portugal 
13-Domingos Alfredo Alves Neto . Lisboa. Portugal 
14-Ana Escoval - Lisboa - Portugal 
15- Alvaro de Carvalho - Lisboa - Portugal 
16-Nuno Barriga - Evora - Portugal 
17-Antonio Barriga - Lisboa -Portugal 
18-Daniel Silva - Lisboa - Portugal 
19-Pedro Soares - Lisboa - Portugal 
20-Paulo Carvalho - Portugal 
21-Jose Carlos Martins - Lisboa - Portugal 
22- Giorgio Casula - Lisboa - Portugal 
23- Margarida Andre Zoccoli - Lisboa - Portugal 
24 - Helena Freitas, Coimbra, Portugal 
25 - Luis Reis, Aveiro, Portugal 
26 - Eduardo Ferreira, Esmoriz, Portugal 
27 - Carlos Pais, Elizabeth, NJ, USA 
28-Theresa Estes, Tempe, AZ, USA 
29 - Danice Quihuis, Flagstaff, AZ, USA 
30 - Barbara Huning, Flagstaff, AZ, USA 
31 - Catherine Baumgartner, Columbus, OH USA 
32. Dwight Maxwell, Columbus, OH USA 
33. David Whipple, Berkeley, CA, USA 
34. John Rosenberg, Los Angeles, CA, USA 
35. Tim Wiedenkeller, Tucson, AZ 
36. Robert Gay, Tucson AZ, USA 
37. Monique Mynlieff, Tucson AZ, USA 
38. Peter Rawsthorne, Bowen Island, BC, CANADA 
39. Bawn Campbell, Bowen Island, BC, Canada 
40. Gwenda Ellwood, Vancouver, Canada 
41. Diane Lake, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
42. Kelly Francis, Nanaimo, BC, Canada 
43. Christy Wilson, Gabriola Island, BC, Canada 
44. Caitlyn Vernon, Knowlesville, NB, Canada 
45. Brett Marleau, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
46. Kathleen Reyes, Calgary, AB, Canada 
47. Manna Ng, Toronto, ON, Canada 
48. Bill Economidis, Toronto, ON, Canada 
49. Heather Judge, Dublin, Ireland 
50. John Lambert, Dublin, Ireland
51. Mark Bailey, Dublin, Ireland
52. Kenneth Purtell, Ireland
53. Ciaran De Dannan, Dublin , Ireland
54. Eoghan Quigley, Leamington, England
55. Chris Fry, Leamington, England

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