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3.80 Global warming
It has come to my attention that doubt is beginning to creep in as to whether there really is a global warming problem, and if there is: the cause and cure. While the issue is being debated I direct the following directives be adhered to with the least amount of fuss.
All Sovereign tribal states must sign up to the new "Son of" Kyoto treaty. The Sovereign tribes of the USA are requested to take the lead. I do believe on a few legal technical issues, individual Sovereign American tribes can actually sign up to "virtual" treaties on a state by state basis. Such a move will clearly be a symbolic gesture to show that the World's biggest per capita cause of global warming does care, even though their Federal Government is not quite ready, for valid reasons it knows best, to sign up as yet.
I further direct that Technology which is exported to limit global warming should count towards the exporting tribes "Son of" Kyoto treaty global warming brownie points tally. All tribes: Refer to my previous directives on pollution (3.50) and stop bickering.
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