How Green Is The White House?

IT'S GREENER than the environmentalists admit. But it still rolls out the RED CARPET for corporations. Here's how

This year there is no peace on Earth Day. While the nation's attention has been focused on war in the Middle East, domestic battles still rage between those who want to cordon off America's wild places and those who want to tap the oil and gas reserves that lie beneath them. Environmental groups were stoked last week by a Senate vote that killed--at least for now--George W. Bush's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but the greens are continuing to hammer Bush's environmental record. Protesters planned to don surgical masks and hound Bush on Earth Day,...

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