Western states cut emissions

Geiselman, Bruce
September 2007
Waste News;9/3/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports that six U.S. states and two Canadian provinces have pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the West by 15 percent by 2020. The governors and premiers of the states and provinces agreed to the target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by a cumulative 15 percent by 2020 as compared with 2005 emissions. They have called on the federal government to take action to reduce the release of greenhouse gases linked to global warming.


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