Audubon chief willing to work with energy industry


HOUSTON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - There is room for compromise in the often fractious debate between environmentalists and the energy industry, but it will take work, the National Audubon Society's president told a conference of oil and gas producers on Tuesday. John Flicker acknowledged he does not usually address gatherings such as the annual meeting of the Independent Petroleum Association of America, but said his organization's goals are not necessarily at odds with those of IPAA members. ...

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