Though regional cap and trade programs seem to be more effective at controlling carbon emissions than are federal ones, they’re becoming harder to regulate. Since the economy isn’t doing that well right now, many states are dropping out of regional programs as putting restrictions on businesses at this point would be less beneficial for our economy as a whole. The debate of whether regional or national plans are better is one that is on-going, but the issue right now is whether states are willing to even participate in their regional programs, as one by one, they are slowly rejecting these restrictions.
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