The Kyoto Protocol is an international treaty to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on a global level. U.S. industry is likely to face requirements to cooperate with this effort in the next century. Some U.S. companies say such requirements unfairly penalize some kinds of industry, and are of unproven value, while potentially threatening jobs and the profitability that underlies today’s prosperity. A panel talks about how the debate over global climate change will affect American industry.


  • Vicki Arroyo Cochran Domestic policy director for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change
  • Michael Marvin President of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy
  • Glen Kelly Executive director and CEO of the Global Climate Coalition


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