The Heat's On in DC

November 2007
Treasury & Risk;Nov2007, p11
The article focuses on U.S. government efforts in limiting greenhouse gas emissions. President George W. Bush in October has started a forum on promoting collaboration with polluting nations to curb the emissions. The Congress has submitted a bill on carbon trading and Senate has committed its support for it. According to the article, the move was spurred by the formation of the U.S.-Climate Action Partnership by companies such as General Electric, General Motors and Duke Power.


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