Friday, January 19, 2007

More on Environment and Business

The posts below (here and here) argues that business and sound environmental policy need not be at odds. More from this MSNBC story.

Industry signals Bush to do more on warming
10 U.S.-based companies and four environmental groups called for mandatory reductions of greenhouse gas emissions, including those from power plants, transportation and buildings.
Called the U.S. Climate Action Partnership, the group includes aluminum giant Alcoa, BP America, Caterpillar, DuPont, General Electric, Lehman Brothers and four utilities with a big stake in climate policy: Duke Energy, FPL Group, PG&E and PNM Resources. ( is a joint venture of Microsoft and GE's NBC Universal unit.)

"There must be a reasoned and serious debate about the solutions," the group stated. "But debate cannot substitute for action. We hope that the consensus we have reached through our unique partnership provides further impetus toward the creation of sensible and effective policies to address global climate change."

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