Bush has offered his amazing new plan to stop global warming - he's going ask the rest of the world to contribute to a fund for coming up with "cool" technology that other people can use to fix the growing problem.
To show he meant business, Bush designated his treasury secretary to talk to other nations about getting worldwide contributions to the fund. The money would pay for clean-energy projects in poor countries.
So what would be America's role in Bush's initiative? Would the technical term would be "back seat driver?"
Do we count it as a win that Bush finally admits global warming is real?
Only when it can make a real difference. And it's not hard to see that Bush's game is way too little for way too late.
Your turn now.