The Bush administration’s energy plan, which calls for the creation of 2,000 new generating plants in the next six years, would substantially increase the greenhouse gas emissions that spur global warming, according to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation. The commission, which monitors the effects of NAFTA on the environment, said carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation in the U.S. could jump anywhere from 14 to 38 percent by 2007. The group said that during that same period, Mexico’s emissions would probably rise 48 to 76 percent, while Canada’s would increase 5 to 16 percent. (So much for Kyoto.)