Clean Profits

Vieux, Alex
April 2007
Red Herring;4/23/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p2
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court on climate change. The five U.S. justices rebuffed the administration of U.S. president George W. Bush in their April 2, 2007 decision. They acknowledged that climate changes does cause harm to the environment and that it is a serious matter the state must address on behalf of the citizenry. They told the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration to set fuel economy standards or else individual states would fill the void. They also pushed government to more quickly resolve pending litigation on environmental issues.


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