Environmental groups willing to compromise on climate-change bill

11/6/2009 | EENews.net (subscription required)

Environmental groups appear willing to compromise to see climate-change legislation succeed, writes Alex Kaplun. Environmentalists' broad goals for the bill include carbon dioxide emissions caps, incentives for alternative energy and more stringent rules for fossil-fuel industries. However, to gain bipartisan support for these might require the inclusion of offshore drilling in the final bill. Environmental groups hope consensus will be reached without such major concessions.

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