Obama's green agenda under attack from group linked to chemical industry

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Connection to Solvay chemicals suggests opposition to action on global warming is spreading from 'big oil' to 'big chemical'

A secretive group linked to a leading European chemical company has joined the campaign to defeat Barack Obama's green agenda, taking the fight beyond the traditional players – the big oil and coal firms...

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