Klaus said poor nations would also be hurt by efforts to impose limits and standards on emissions of gases believed to cause global warming.
"They will not be able to absorb new technological standards required by the anti-greenhouse religion, their products will have difficulty accessing the developed markets, and as a result the gap between them and the developed world will widen," he wrote.
"This ideology preaches earth and nature and under the slogans of their protection -- similarly to the old Marxists -- wants to replace the free and spontaneous evolution of mankind by a sort of central, now global, planning of the whole world," he added.
Mar 21, 2007
The global warming religion
Czech President Vaclav Klaus provides a counterpoint to Al Gore's testimony before Congress today. Klaus sent a letter to Congress urging against adoption of stringent climate control policies.