Agriculture Committee Wants Climate Change Input

Published online: Mar 12, 2009 agriculture.house.gov
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Washington, D.C. - Chairman Collin C. Peterson announced that the House Agriculture Committee is seeking comments on proposals to address global climate change. The Committee is soliciting the opinions of more than 400 agricultural, environmental, scientific and educational groups and other members of the public, through a print- and web-based questionnaire. The questionnaire allows stakeholders throughout the nation to provide the Committee with their views on the different options being considered in Congress to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - especially as they relate to the agriculture and forestry sectors. Go to this site to download the questionnaire http://agriculture.house.gov/index.shtml