General Motors once provided funds to an industry group that aggressively worked to discredit scientists who said the earth was warming and that human activity was the major cause.

Now, the Detroit automaker is on the other side of the fence. On May 8, GM joined the United States Climate Action Partnership, a consortium of 33 companies and environmental groups that is calling for Congress to approve a system of trading pollution credits, and for mandatory reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.

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