Three days after President Bush unveiled his energy plan, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan criticized the Bush administration for its stance on climate change and suggested that the U.S. should do more to conserve energy. At a commencement address yesterday in Massachusetts, Annan also rejected the idea espoused by the administration that implementing the Kyoto treaty on climate change would be economically damaging to the U.S. Meanwhile, environmentalists from the Pacific Islands, whose countries could someday be lost to rising sea levels, had only harsh words for Bush’s energy plan. Fiji enviro Patrina Dumaru said, “We are all environmental criminals. But there must be a new category for the United States. I would like to see an international justice system that would recognize this crime.”