Watching Government: Well to wheels

The US Department of Energy wants advice on sprucing up a voluntary greenhouse gas reporting program. Public comments are due June 5.DOE's latest action seeks to defuse lingering criticism of President George W. Bush's decision to abandon the Kyoto Protocol. Last year he sided with several US energy companies that argued the scientific link between rising carbon dioxide levels and climate change was not strong enough to risk steep energy price spikes the US might suffer alone if the treaty were approved in its current form.Clear SkiesThis year the White House called on businesses to voluntarily reduce CO2 emissions as part of a clean air reform plan called the "Clear Skies" initia...

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