The Coc’s president has put on a barrage of statements in support of climate change legislation to avoid a pr headache. In a few short weeks, he has seemed to completely change his opinion on the issue.
A statement released by the Chamber said the following, “The U.S. Chamber of Commerce continues to support strong federal legislation and a binding international agreement to reduce carbon emissions and address climate change,” said Thomas Donahue, President and CEO of the chamber.
Donahue said the chamber wants the U.S. and other nations to negotiate an international agreement that sets binding CO2 reduction commitments for each nation, “while allowing each to devise its own best path to meeting its target.”
Donahue said it would be preferable for the U.S. to have climate legislation, as opposed to the Environmental Protection Agency regulating CO2 emissions as a pollutant under the Clean Air Act.
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