Corporate giants urge Bush to address climate crisis.

“The growing consensus to take national action against climate change received a major boost Monday when 10 leading U.S. corporations — including General Electric, Alcoa, DuPont and Pacific Gas & Electric — launched a coalition with four environmental groups to push for mandatory federal emissions controls.” The corporate leaders pledged to work “for specific targets and timetables to reduce current levels of carbon dioxide and airborne pollutants by 60 to 80 percent” by 2050. Details on the partnership HERE.