In today’s Wall Street Journal, “China, U.S. Square Off on Climate Proposals“:
The world’s top two greenhouse-gas-producing countries for the first time offered specific targets for controlling their emissions, but their broad promises ahead of a United Nations climate summit merely set the terms for a high-stakes struggle over money and future economic growth.
The NAM is cited:
The National Association of Manufacturers said Thursday in a statement that it wants additional details on the Obama administration’s pledge: “As we evaluate this proposal, we will do so with an eye toward its impact on American jobs, our economic recovery and long-term growth.”
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