Environment Secretary Hilary Benn hailed the Bali deal as "an historic breakthrough" and a "huge step forward" in tackling climate change.
However, grown-ups sounded caution:
But Prime Minister Gordon Brown sounded a note of caution. "The Bali road map agreed today is just the first step," he said. "Now begins the hardest work."
Industrial Powerhouse Papua New Guinea rebuked the US delegate & said that he would lead the world in a save-the-planet crusade.
The moonbats were fluttering and squeaking noisily, but as the London Times link notes, most level-headed Greens [there are some] admitted that the entire exercise was probably just another farce, although the moronic US MSM got swept up in the hype & was proclaiming the dawn of the Age of Aquarius for a short while.
The most hilarious comment came from a nanny-stater as the nervous breakdown of Yvo de Boer was termed merely a soap-opera episode:
Political adviser Matthijs Spits said: "We Dutch can become quite emotional --surprisingly so for other nations who think we are cold."
Yeah, Matty boy. Other nations think you cheese-heads are a lot of things more ridiculous than "cold."