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  • What Different Gas Mileage Standards Mean to You

     
    At the forefront of everyone???s mind at yesterday???s D.C. auto show is President Barack Obama???s latest move on forthcoming mileage standards: an executive order for the Environmental Protection Agency to review whether states can enforce individual...
  • EPA rethinks CA emissions plan

     
    by Jim Tankersley The Environmental Protection Agency announced this morning that it has reopened consideration of a request by California and more than a dozen other states to set strict standards for greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles - hinting...
  • Tax-increase 'rubbish:' Hurting economy

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama has revved up the tax debate again with word that his 2010 budget proposal this week will mark the first chapter in a plan to cut the defict in half by the end of......
  • NASA's failed satellite carried big hopes

     
    by Frank James The Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite which failed to launch yesterday morning and crash landed somewhere near Antarctica had a lot of hopes attached to it. Its destruction was overshadowed by all the attention paid to President......
  • Warren Buffett: Obama carbon-tax idea 'regressive'

     
    by Frank James During his three-hour appearance on CNBC today, Warren Buffett, the world's most famous investor, described the cap-and-trade plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions which President Barack Obama included in its recent budget proposal as a...
  • Obama likes 'science' - but whose?

     
    By Jim Tankersley President Obama is big on science. He said as much on the campaign trail, where he ripped President George W. Bush for suppressing scientific debate in the federal government; in his transition to the White House, when......
  • Boxer: Emissions limits 'reality'

     
    By Jim Tankersley Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) offered a stark message today to her colleagues who want to delay or kill major reductions in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions: You've already lost. Boxer chairs the Senate Environment and Public Works...
  • Waxman kicks off climate debate

     
    By Jim Tankersley House Democratic leaders unveiled a sweeping plan to fight climate change and boost renewable energy this morning, including mandates for renewable electricity nationwide and a market-based system for reducing greenhouse gas emissions....
  • Climate change: U.S. says, 'We're back'

     
    by Mark Silva As if the White House does not already have enough on its plate, President Barack Obama is signaling to the world that he is ready to start talking about climate change. The Obama White House has invited......
  • Obama: Detroit's gas, map and traffic cop

     
    By Peter Wallsten and Jim Tankersley President Obama has merged his efforts to save GM and Chrysler with his plan to craft a strict new national standard for fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas, a feat of industrial engineering that marks......
  • Congress to Obama: Not all at once

     
    by Janet Hook The broad outline of the $3.5-trillion spending blueprint that Congress approved this week hews closely to President Obama's spending targets and pays homage to his ambitious agenda. But the fine print contains a sobering warning about his.....