LOS ANGELES, Jan 28 (Reuters) - California officials on Monday called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from industrial machines that they say emit as much carbon dioxide as 40 million cars. California Attorney General Jerry Brown, along with officials from four other states, is petitioning the agency to set emissions standards for equipment in the construction, mining and agricultural industries. Earlier this month, California and other ...
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