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Almost everyone is talking about global warming and how it affects our daily life these days. Due to public pressure, nation leaders have been holding talks in hopes that they could come up with global solutions. One huge success is the Kyoto Protocol which requires all participating countries to follow its standards on carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions. However, some major greenhouse gas emitting countries like the US haven't ratified the protocol. I find it surprising that the US has not approved the treaty given its environmental conscious citizens. To its fairness, the country is largely powered by coal and breaking the heavy dependence won't happen overnight.

Please correct any mistakes.Note that the facts may not be accurate so please ignore them and focus on the language. I'd be happy to learn about the right facts but please do it as a side note.

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Note that the facts may not be accurate so please ignore them and focus on the language. I'd be happy to learn about the right facts but please do it as a side note.
Too many conditions for me to deal with here.
I'm sorry. I just didn't want the facts to get in the way and create an argument or debate over the accuracy.

Well, if you don't feel comfortable with my facts, change anything you want. Any change will be appreciated. Thanks
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My take

Almost everyone nowadays is talking about the global warming and its affect on our planet. Due to the urgency of the attention it needs, the leaders around the world are holding talks in the hope that they could come up with the solutions for it. One of the great successes in the recent times is the protocol, which requires all of its member countries to follow its guidelines to contain carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions. However, some major greenhouse gas emission countries like the haven’t ratified the protocol, it is surprising that the environmental conscious citizens’ country haven’t approved it.

Hope it helps
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Not so good, CG.


My take

Almost everyone nowadays is talking about the global warming and its affect effects on our planet. Due to Because of the urgency of the attention it needs, the leaders around the world are holding talks in the hope that they could can come up with the solutions for it. One of the great recent successes in the recent times is has been the Kyoto protocol, which requires all of its member countries to follow its guidelines to contain carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions. However, some major greenhouse gas emission emitting countries like the US haven’t ratified the protocol; it is surprising that the environmentally conscious citizens’ countries haven’t approved it.
Yours needs work too, New2.

Almost everyone is talking about global warming and how it affects our daily life these days. Due to Because of ? public pressure, nationAL leaders have been holding talks in hopes that they CAN come up with global solutions. One huge success is the Kyoto Protocol which requires all participating countries to follow/meet? its standards on carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions. However, some major greenhouse gas emitting countries like the US haven't ratified the protocol. I find it surprising that the US has not approved the treaty given its environmental conscious citizens. To its fairness, the country is largely powered by coal and breaking the heavy dependence won't happen overnight.

MM, Could you give me more clues?
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Almost everyone is talking about global warming and how it affects our daily life these days. Because of public pressure, national leaders have been holding talks in hopes that they can come up with global solutions. One huge success has been the Kyoto Protocol, which requires all participating countries to follow its standards on carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions. However, some major greenhouse gas emitting countries like the US haven't ratified the protocol. I find it surprising that the US has not approved the treaty, given its environmentally conscious citizenry. In fairness however, the country is largely powered by coal, and breaking that heavy dependence won't happen overnight.
Thanks, MM. I have a question about because of vs due to. I'll create a new thread. Also, I need to think about 'has been' and 'citizenry'.