The Sierra Club says Canada’s recent emissions agreement with auto makers should set the stage for similar slashing of greenhouse gases in the U.S. The Canadian government forged an agreement with major car companies that will force down emissions of greenhouse gases by 25%, or 5.3 million tons (4.8 million t), by 2010, compared with 1995 levels. Canada is pushing the requirement under conditions agreed to through the 141-nation Kyoto Protocol, which took effect Feb. 16. (See related ...

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