Watching Government: Changing climates

The White House wants industry's help reshaping climate change policy.To that end, the Department of Energy is soliciting comments from oil companies and any other interested parties on how to target federally funded greenhouse gas emissions research. Comments are due Jan. 31, 2003. DOE, in a related action, will hold an industry workshop in Houston Dec. 12-13 on revising the agency's voluntary greenhouse gas emissions reporting system. White House officials earlier this year said the administration is committed to cutting greenhouse gas intensity by 18% over the next 10 years. Greenhouse gas intensity is the ratio of greenhouse gas emissions to economic output. Budget challengesP...

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