Watching Government: Small world

When it comes to climate change policy, US energy executives worry. They fret over when or how the United Nations will enforce a treaty. They are anxious billion-dollar investments may not make sense if the rules keep changing. Yet even more distressing to them are states seeking mandatory carbon dioxide emission reductions in the absence of federal standards."We're seeing carbon regulation from the ground up, at the county level-at Suffolk County in New York-[and] at the state level throughout New England and in Oregon and Minnesota and elsewhere," Mike Marvin, president of the US Business Council for Sustainable Energy said last month at an Evolution Markets brokerage firm teleconfe...

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