Shifts in the US climate on global warming

When President Bush decided that the US would not ratify the Kyoto Protocol, he promised to develop an alternative policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Three years on, his administration's efforts to secure voluntary action from businesses are losing credibility as corporate America fails to deliver. But the past few months have brought signs of changing attitudes to climate policy in the US - including an emissions trading bill which received bipartisan support in the Senate, and far-reaching commitments from the Democratic candidates for the next US presidency.

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