San Francisco plan aims to slash greenhouse gases


SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Three days after California regulators adopted tough rules to cut car pollution, San Francisco's mayor unveiled a plan on Monday to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, saying cities must take action because the Bush administration is ignoring global warming. San Francisco's "climate action plan" seeks to slash annual carbon dioxide emissions by 2.5 million tons by 2012, a 20 percent cut below 1990 emissions. California and local cities are moving forward ...

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