Businesses cut from US climate talks

Business leaders who advised the government on its greenhouse gas talks with the US are complaining that they have been cut out of the loop, the Winnipeg Free Press reported. They were participants in the Clean Energy Dialogue, an effort by the two countries to work together in the development of clean energy technologies. A consultant's report on the CED included several interviews with business experts who were irked by the government's failure to keep private industry informed on developments in the CED. Many were frustrated after trying to chase down government officials for information.

Published: Wednesday, 06/15/2011 12:00 am EDT

Business leaders who advised the government on its greenhouse gas talks with the US are complaining that they have been cut out of the loop, the Winnipeg Free Press reported. They were participants in the Clean Energy Dialogue, an effort by the two countries to work together in the development of clean energy technologies. A consultant's report on the CED included several interviews with business experts who were irked by the government's failure to keep private industry informed on developments in the CED. Many were frustrated after trying to chase down government officials for information.

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