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President Bush has said that he will not support the treaty. The Kaiser, Jocelyn, "The Other Global Pollutant: Nitrogen proves Tough to Curb", Science, Vol. 294, No. 5545, November 9, 2001, Page 1268 Sandalow, David B. , "Fundamentals of Treaty-Making on Climate Change", Science, Vol. 292, No. 5523, June 8, 2001, Page 1839 Fossil Fuels 29 United States has been heavily criticized for not supporting and signing the treaty. Despite the criticism directed specifically at the United States, the governments of the other nations involved in preparing it have largely failed to ratify the treaty.
Only a small amount of land can be made available to grow crops for energy. Today's farming practice recommends "no till" or plowing the stems and leaves back into the ground. This conserves the soil nutrients and texture. However, there is ongoing research in use of non-food parts of the current crops for the production of alcohol fuels and other chemicals. Consideration is also ^^ Hadfield, Peter, "A Tankful of Sunshine", New Scientist, September 29, 2001 Page 18 Normile, Dennis, "Japan Looks for Bright Answers to Energy Needs", Science, Vol.
If the solar system is less ambitious and designed to provide only part of the heat, the cost of the solar collecting system is less. In this case, the cost of the solar harvesting system must be added to the cost a second heating plant to heat the house when solar heat is inadequate. With the combined costs of solar and conventional heating systems, the dual system requires 15 to 20 years for the savings in conventional fuel costs to equal the cost of the solar collectors. Because of the complexity, maintenance problems and costs there is little incentive to install solar heating in homes.