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Top U.S. energy execs ask Congress to regulate their CO2 emissions

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  • Pat Neuman
    NEW IN GRIST Cap of Good Hope Top U.S. energy execs ask Congress to regulate their CO2 emissions Executives from leading U.S. energy companies -- including
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 6, 2006
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      NEW IN GRIST
      Cap of Good Hope
      Top U.S. energy execs ask Congress to regulate their CO2 emissions

      Executives from leading U.S. energy companies -- including Exelon,
      Duke Energy, and General Electric -- joined giga-retailer Wal-Mart
      this week in calling on Congress to regulate their greenhouse-gas
      emissions. Go ahead, check your calendar -- nope, it's not April 1.
      These high-powered execs, who spoke at a Senate Energy Committee
      conference on climate change Tuesday, see the writing on the wall:
      global warming is happening, and business as usual can't go on. Will
      Congress give them what they want? Muckraker digs around to find out.

      new in Muckraker: Cap of Good Hope

      http://www.grist.org/news/muck/2006/04/06/griscom-little/index.html?
      source=daily
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