Bush says G8 leaders aim for climate goal
MESEBERG, Germany (Reuters) - President George W. Bush said on Wednesday leading world economies wanted to agree on a long-term binding goal on climate change within the framework of the Group of Eight powers.
"The United States is working very closely with other major economies to develop a common goal," Bush said after meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel. "The objective is to be able to announce a long-term binding goal at the G8," he added.
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