THE HAGUE, Netherlands Bill McKibben reports from The Hague: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five This month's international climate negotiations in The Hague, though full of sound and fury, are about one thing and one thing only: using policy in an attempt to bridge the wide gap between science and politics. If you keep that in mind, you'll have some sense of whether the session is a success or not -- a better sense, probably, than you'll get from whatever official declaration ultimately emerges. The basic tug-of-war is obvious: Science demands deep and rapid cuts in …