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The Cost of Warming

9:28 AM MDT | May 14, 2009 | —KARA SISSELL

U.S. Advances Parallel Climate Mandates U.S. regulators and lawmakers have taken significant steps toward mandatory controls on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in recent weeks, and some Democrats have vowed to put a new law in place by 2010. However, with the details still far from certain, industry representatives are working overtime urging officials to draft mandates that will not price industry out of the U.S. market. EPA last month proposed a finding that GHG emissions, including carbon dioxide (CO2), contribute to air pollution that may endanger public...

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