Multistate registry to report emissions

Merrion, Paul
February 2007
Crain's Chicago Business;2/12/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p18
The article reports on the established unified system in Illinois and some other states in the U.S. that requires companies to report emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. According to the report, the established system is the crucial first step in attacking the threat brought by global warming.


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