Groups say carbon standard will do little to curb global emissions

01/4/2010 | Hill, The

The proposed low-carbon fuel standard in the Northeast could do little to curb global greenhouse-gas emissions, oil companies and industry-backed groups said. Such a rule could "have dramatic negative impacts on transportation costs and the overall economy," the Consumer Energy Alliance wrote in response to the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management, which is developing the proposal. The American Petroleum Institute, BP and ConocoPhillips also wrote to oppose the plan.

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