US proposes emissions reporting plan

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Large emitters could be forced to report emissions as early as 2011

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed a plan for a national system that would compel large emitters and carbon-intensive producers to report emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse...

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