Bush holds line on global warming despite ruling

President George W. Bush said Tuesday he planned no new action to impose caps on greenhouse gases, Reuters reported, despite the Supreme Court ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency must regulate US carbon-dioxide emissions.
Instead, Bush pointed to his proposal to require cars to burn more gasoline made from home-grown sources like ethanol, and repeated his long-held stance that US action is meaningless without changes by China and India.
"My attitude is that we have laid out a plan that will affect greenhouse gases that come from automobiles by having a mandatory fuel standard," Bush said.