The Environmental Protection Agency proposes what it calls the first comprehensive national system for reporting carbon-dioxide and other greenhouse-gas emissions from major sources, including automobiles. The EPA expects the reporting requirement will cost the private sector $160 million in the first year, and $127 million annually in subsequent years. The EPA would like to make the first report due in 2011 for the 2010 calendar year, although auto makers would begin reporting for the ‘11 ...
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