By Timothy Gardner NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - Power plants in the U.S. Northeast who may face rules to cut carbon dioxide emissions could be allowed to save costs by methods such as planting trees and tapping landfills for methane, according to a draft plan by Northeastern states who have signed the country's first regional greenhouse gas plan. Seven states signed the plan in December to create a cap and trade CO2 emissions market called the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. The ...
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