• A market-based national policy that will achieve a 60% to 90% long-term decrease of greenhouse gas emissions.
• A realignment of national incentives to stimulate new clean technologies.
• A clarification of company disclosure requirements from the SEC.
There call not only represents responsible policy, but also shows the untapped areas of economic growth available through addressing climate change. Oil companies in both the United States and Canada continue to receive billions of dollars in subsidies to help fuel their bottom line. If the clean energy industry is growing by almost 40% per year without a similar infusion of tax dollars, then there is more than an ethical reason for government to invest in reduced greenhouse gases and clearer skies - it's also business case no-brainer.
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