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Feuding Over Climate Change


AGAINST A CLIMATE BILL

American Petroleum Institute: Oil producers and refiners can lose out with shift to non-fossil fuel energy

National Association of Manufacturers: Fears manufacturing jobs will move offshore

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Claims climate rules would be a massive tax hurting U.S. companies

FOR A CLIMATE BILL

Electric Utilities: See curbs as inevitable, want clear rules, and prefer legislation to EPA regulation

Chemical Makers Dow and Dupont: Say climate change is real, anticipate new markets, and have already cut emissions

Levi Strauss and Nike: Are worried about global warming's threat to, say, factories in Bangladesh

Cleantech Industries: Solar, Wind: Climate rules would be a boost to cleaner energy and energy efficiency

Note: Many other large multinationals, including GE, Shell, and Johnson & Johnson, already operate under European climate rules. They would like to see worldwide standards.


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