Four years after promising a plan on global warming, Bush has issued a 224 page report and 100 year timeline that offers no foreseeable results. Titled the US Climate Change Technology Program Strategic Plan (USCCTPSP), the plan was released on the heels of Al Gore's visionary speech at NYU in a limp effort by the administration to divert attention away from Gore's address and the climate crisis.
Hailed by big business and right wing rags, Bush's report rounds up existing subsidies to nuclear, so called 'clean coal', and ethanol industries under one umbrella while offering a miniscule 7% increase to technology funding already in place.
In summary, the overall strategy is to provide miniscule funding to high efficiency technologies (that nobody will buy given a marketplace full of wasteful low cost options) while failing to do the one thing that would promote the use of cleaner technologies - imposing a cost or cap on carbon dioxide emissions.
If I didn't know this was real, I'd swear I was reading a story from The Onion.