Evidence mounts that Russia leaked climate emails

I never thought I’d see the day when I would be applauding the British press, but they have certainly shown up their American counterparts with this story. And worse yet, the American press isn’t even paying attention to it.

Russia – one of the world’s largest producers and users of oil and gas – has a vested interest in opposing sweeping new agreements to cut emissions, which will be discussed by world leaders in Copenhagen tomorrow.

Russia believes current rules are stacked against it, and has threatened to pull the plug on Copenhagen without concessions to Kremlin concerns.

The Mail on Sunday understands that the hundreds of hacked emails were released to the world via a tiny internet server in a red brick building in a snow-clad street in Tomsk [a Russian university city that Western travelers are forbidden from visiting].



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