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07-SR30 on Jan 16, 2007

Legislation by 2008 Presidential Candidates: signing on to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
Source: S.RES.30/H.CON.RES.104
  • Whereas there is a scientific consensus that the continued buildup of anthropogenic greenhouse gases in the atmosphere threatens the stability of the global climate;
  • Whereas there are significant long-term risks to the economy and the environment of the US from the temperature increases and climatic disruptions that are projected to result from increased greenhouse gas concentrations;
  • Whereas the US has the largest economy in the world and is also the largest emitter of greenhouse gases;
  • Whereas reducing greenhouse gas emissions to the levels necessary to avoid serious climatic disruption requires the introduction of new energy technologies and other climate-friendly technologies;
  • Whereas the development and sale of climate-friendly technologies in the US and internationally present economic opportunities for workers and businesses in the United States;
  • Whereas President Bush, in the State of the Union Address given in January 2006, called on the US to reduce its 'addiction' to oil and focus its attention on developing cleaner, renewable, and sustainable energy sources;
  • Now, therefore, be it Resolved, That it is the sense of the Senate that the United States should act to reduce the health, environmental, economic, and national security risks posed by global climate change and foster sustained economic growth through a new generation of technologies
  • by participating in negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, and leading efforts in other international fora,
  • with the objective of securing United States participation in binding agreements that establish mitigation commitments by all countries that are major emitters of greenhouse gases;
  • establish flexible international mechanisms to minimize the cost of efforts by participating countries; and
  • achieve a significant long-term reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions.


    Participating counts on VoteMatch question 18. Question 18: Prioritize green energy Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
  • Topic: Energy & Oil
  • Headline: Sign on to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (Score: 2)
  • Headline 2: Sign on to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (Score: 2)

  • Key for participation codes:
  • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
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  • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.



Democrats participating in 07-SR30

Evan Bayh s2oIN Former Democratic Senator 
Melissa Bean s2oIllinois Democrat (Unseated 2010) 
Shelley Berkley s2oNevada Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
Jeff Bingaman s2oNM Democratic Sr Senator (Retiring) 
Earl Blumenauer s2oOregon Democrat 
Barbara Boxer s2oCA Democratic Jr Senator 
Sherrod Brown s2oOH Democratic Sr Senator 
Maria Cantwell s2oWA Democratic Jr Senator 
Benjamin Cardin s2oMaryland Democrat 
Russ Carnahan s1iMissouri Democrat 
Julia Carson s2oIndiana Former Dem. (Deceased 2008) 
Bob Casey s2oPA Democratic Sr Senator; previously state treasurer 
William Lacy Clay s2oMissouri Democrat 
Emmanuel Cleaver s2oMissouri Democrat 
Bill Delahunt s2oMassachusetts Democrat (until 2010) 
Chris Dodd s2oCT Democratic Sr Senator (retiring 2010) 
Lloyd Doggett s2oTexas Democrat 
Richard Durbin s2oIL Democratic Sr Senator 
Keith Ellison s2oMinnesota Democrat 
Sam Farr s2oCalifornia Democrat 
Russell Feingold s2oPOTUS Democrat 
Dianne Feinstein s2oCA Democratic Sr Senator 
Raul Grijalva s2oArizona Democrat 
Ruben Hinojosa s2oTexas Democrat 
Mike Honda s2oCalifornia Democrat 
John Kerry s2oMA Democratic Sr Senator 
Amy Klobuchar s2oMN Democrat/DFL Sr Senator 
Tom Lantos s2oCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2008) 
Frank Lautenberg s2oNJ Democratic Sr Senator (retiring 2014) 
Carl Levin s2oMI Democratic Sr Senator (retiring 2014) 
Doris Matsui s2oCalifornia Democrat 
Betty McCollum s2oMinnesota Democrat 
Jim McDermott s2oWashington Democrat 
Jim McGovern s2oMassachusetts Democrat 
Robert Menendez s2oNew Jersey Democrat 
James Moran s2oVirginia Democrat 
Barack Obama s2oIL Former Democratic Senator (until 2008) 
John Olver s2oMassachusetts Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Donald Payne s2oNew Jersey Former Democrat(Deceased 2012) 
Linda Sanchez s2oCalifornia Democrat 
Adam Schiff s2oCalifornia Democrat 
Albio Sires s2oNew Jersey Democrat 
David Adam Smith s2oWashington Democrat 
Arlen Specter s2oPA Former Democratic incumbent (elected as Republican) 
Debbie Stabenow s2oMI Democratic Jr Senator 
Pete Stark s2oCalifornia Democrat 
Jon Tester s2oMT Democratic Jr Senator 
James Webb s2oVA Democratic Sr Senator (Retiring) 
Robert Wexler s2oFlorida Democrat (resigned Jan. 2010) 



Republicans participating in 07-SR30

Thad Cochran s2oMS Republican Sr Senator 
Susan Collins s2oME Republican Sr Senator 
Vernon Ehlers s2oMichigan Republican (until 2010) 
Phil English s2oPennsylvania Republican (Unseated 2008) 
Wayne Gilchrest s2oMaryland Republican (Unseated 2008) 
Mark Kirk s2oIL Republican Jr Senator 
Richard Lugar s2oIN Republican Sr Senator 
Olympia Snowe s2oME Republican Sr Senator 
John Warner s2oVA Former Republican Senator (retired 2008) 



Independents participating in 07-SR30

Joe Biden s1iDE Vice President 
Michael Castle s2oDE 2010 Senate Challenger (lost primary); previously Gov.& Rep. 
Joseph Lieberman s2oCT Independent Sr Senator; Gore's VP nominee (Retiring) 
Bernie Sanders s2oVermont Independent 



Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 49
Republicans: 9
Independents: 4


















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