Comment deadline on U.S. Fourth Climate Action Report extended until June 1


The State Department has extended the deadline for public review comments on the draft Fourth Climate Action Report to the Framework Convention on Climate Change from May 18 until June 1 at noon.  This is good, since the original two-week comment period was too short.  [Editor’s Note: See also the 30 July 2007 posting, Bush Administration submits evasive Climate Action Report to the UN.]

For additional information about the report, procedure for submitting comments, and some of our critical perspective on it, see our May 6 (Public review of administration’s Fourth U.S. Climate Action Report), May 7 (“Impacts and Adaptation” chapter of U.S. Climate Action Report 2007 is an evasive failure), and May 8 (IPCC North America climate change impacts chapter shows evasiveness of U.S. Climate Action Report) posts.

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