British lessons for Wisconsin

by William Yeatman on May 21, 2008

Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle, who says that global warming "demands aggressive action," last week signed an agreement with the United Kingdom "to share experiences and strategies" in the fight against rising temperatures. Given the diffuse language of the agreement, it would be easy to dismiss Doyle's climate diplomacy as a stunt, but there is in fact a great deal that Wisconsin can learn from Britain.

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