The Bush administration has so far opposed mandatory plans to control carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, but some major companies are working on their own. We’ll talk about what they are proposing and why.

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  • Roger Ballentine president, Green Strategies
  • Jim Schultz vice president, American Iron and Steel Institute
  • John Fialka environment and energy reporter for "The Wall Street Journal," Washington bureau

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