WASHINGTON, July 23 (Reuters) - The Bush administration plans to delay action on global warming in favor of more study, according to an excerpt of a report circulated on Wednesday by U.S. environmental groups. The administration will release a report on Thursday recommending a U.S.-backed study of the effects of global warming on the planet. The Bush administration says its plan for more study will "advance the state of knowledge on climate variability, the potential response of the ...
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