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Business Voice for the Environment
September 26, 2008
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Mountain)
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- Report details opportunities in specific industries, states
- International pact of companies pledges to promote cleaner fuels
- Decision parallels public's wishes for the national park
- Court directs agency to set preventative standards
- Agrees to improve water quality standards and health tests
- SB 375 will help fulfill targets for global warming emissions
- Positive economic message reaches 840,000 listeners through radio
- Van Jones brings his message to E2's entrepreneurs
- Learning from AB 32 example in California
A report released September 9 by NRDC and partner groups outlines how the U.S. can resuscitate the economy, address the energy crisis and help reduce global warming by investing in clean energy and green infrastructure. "Green Recovery-A Program to Create Good Jobs and Start Building a Low-Carbon Economy," describes how a two-year, $100 billion green investment program, funded by proceeds from a carbon cap-and-auction system, would spur four times as many jobs as spending the same amount within the oil industry, and 300,000 more jobs than directing stimulus towards household consumption. The planned jobs incorporate the existing skills of millions of Americans in every region of the country and invest in six priorities: retrofitting buildings for improved energy efficiency, mass transit and freight rail, "smart" electrical transmission systems, wind power, solar power and next-generation biofuels. The report includes 34 individual state fact sheets to highlight opportunities at the state level. Click here to access the full report, fact sheets and a full list of authors and sponsors.

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