http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30100-1318307,00.html "We in the West must shoulder the burden of tackling climate change in equal measure to the benefit we derived from the industrial revolution over the past 150 years." "Business Secretary John Hutton will today warn the West not to "demonise" Asian countries on environmental standards." Is Mr Hutton suggesting that we should pay reperations to the environment in proportion to the benefit we have received from the Industrial Revolution? Is this guy suggesting that we now regret and pay penance for one of the biggest social and economic events in this nation's history? So because China etc are having their industrial revolution now, we can turn a blind eye to that because we've already had ours and its only fair? Get real. And even if he isn't then what, what is he saying? That we should let China, North Korea and India off the hook? Cmon Mr Hutton, either we all pollute or we're all on the hook. One of the other mate. ******.