Climate:

Alliance for Climate Strategies' Kelly says Asia-Pacific program not a Kyoto competitor

As the debate over how to handle the issue of global warming on the international level continues, the United States, China, and other nations are promoting the Asia-Pacific Partnership as a viable way to develop and share technologies to curb greenhouse gas emissions. During today's OnPoint, Glenn Kelly, executive director of the Alliance for Climate Strategies, explains the current status of the Asia-Pacific Partnership. He discusses some financial challenges facing the agreement and talks about how a shift in administrations in 2009 could affect the future of this program.