I think carbon regulations are important to maintain, without them our efforts to reduce the effects of global warming could be slowed or hindered. We currently have some states that participate in carbon trading programs (raising $582 million between the 10 states involved) and the EPA has regulating authority. If that changes, existing jobs will be compromised and the money generated could be lost. If, however, national reduction of emissions can equal or increase the amount of emissions which are lowered, while finding creative ways to offset the job-loss and decrease in revenue, it’s definitely worth considering. Overall, it comes down to results….by whatever means necessary.
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