Bush is actually pretty convincing on environmental policies, which is a shame; it's not as if it's an area which garners a great deal of support from most of his base.
Kerry starts off with a Red Sox joke. Is that funny? I don't get it. He also manages to turn Bush's entirely non-Kerry-mentioning talking points into a personal attack on "labels." Mentioning Orwell also seems desperate. He's going to be a president who "believes in science," and thus global warming? Haven't we established that believing in both those things isn't necessarily coherent?
Kyoto was dead, you ass. Without Russia signing, it would mean nothing.