WATCHING WASHINGTON IN SEARCH OF SOLUTIONS

With Patrick Crow The Clinton administration's long awaited climate change action plan calls for voluntary actions - not the mandates industry had feared - to cut carbon dioxide emissions. The goal is to limit the threat of global warming by cutting U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases about 100 million metric tons/year to 1990's level of 1.462 billion by 2000.

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