As mentioned last week, the chemical industry's lawyers and lobbyists are busy lining up in Washington to have their say on the recently proposed Waxman-Markey bill especially concerning its cap-and-trade emissions plan.
Speaking of lobbyists, the New York Times posted a pretty interesting article on top climate change lobbyists in Washington, which I'll post later on this week. For now here are some of last week's green news from around the world:
Rhodia's GHG reduction project
Rhodia received the first Emission Reduction Units generated in Europe, coming from a greenhouse gas emission reduction project located in its French industrial site of Salindres. The project, which started in August 2008, will enable an average annual reduction of about 200 000 tons of CO2 equivalent over the 2009-2012 period.
Fluor's new clean energy biz
Engineering company Fluor has formed a dedicated business line within its Power Group to focus on global renewable energy needs specifically for clients in the solar, wind and biomass sectors.
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