"As Chung hints, any move to make the health sector act as responsibly as airlines or IT would probably render it unsupportably pricey"
The report doesn't say this, in fact it suggests that the US medical industry has a comparitivly low carbon intesity (hell, they're not smelting aluminium). I'm sure hospitals could be a bit more energy efficient but why should that cost money in the long run? If airlines could get anywhere near the CO2/ $ ratio of medicine they'd be laughing!
Just more of that LP spin!