Like many Americans, Michael Steiner, executive vice president at Ovation Travel Group, feels the pull of today's environmental movement. He reads the papers; he's seen An Inconvenient Truth; he knows that a curb on greenhouse gases is needed to limit the scope of global warming. But it took a trip to Budapest last fall to finally get him to put climate change on his company's agenda. In mid-November, about the time the New Oxford American Dictionary announced its choice of “carbon ...

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