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February 2008
Pollution Engineering;Feb2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p58
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The article offers news briefs related to greenhouse gas (GHG) emission in the U.S. California has carried out legislations which limit GHG emission of vehicles effective 2009. Colorado Governor Bill Ritter has released the state's Climate Action Plan which aims to reduce the emission by 20 percent. Iowa Governor Chet Culver has signed the Midwestern Regional Greenhouse Gas Reduction Accord along with other states which aims to achieve energy security and GHG emissions reduction.


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