I think that it would. Obviously states with more big cities will have a harder time meeting a national cap than would an agricultural state. If it were set by state, there’s a chance that the economic competition between different states would spur everyone on. In addition, this could help national tourism, as a state could advertise being the “greenest” or the most “pollutant free.” All-in-all I think it would help greatly.
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