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[greenyes] Climate Disruption - Difference Between Industry Growing with Mr. Bush




NEW YORK TIMES - May 10, 2005

G.E. Chief Urges U.S. to Adopt Clearer Energy Policy
By FELICITY BARRINGER and MATTHEW L. WALD
WASHINGTON, May 9 - The chief executive of the General Electric Company,
Jeffrey R. Immelt, pushed the company squarely into the global warming
debate on Monday, asking the government for a clear energy policy and saying
later in an interview that he expected Washington to eventually impose
controls on carbon emissions.

"If you look to the future, there is going to be a day when we have
standards of some kind pertaining to carbon," he said. "I think most
business people are planning for that implicitly, even without anything
that's overt." The Bush administration has opposed such controls.

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