Loud cries to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge aside, the Bush administration has taken some steps to make industry edgy, and some right-wingers are growing nervous that Dubya’s environmental policies will differ very little from former President Clinton’s. Said one anonymous industry lobbyist, commenting on the Bush administration, “If their goal is to keep sticking it in the eye of business, they’ve done a good job.” For example, U.S. EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman has pledged to move forward with a campaign promise by President Bush to seek a bill to control power-plant emissions of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and mercury.