December 7, 2012

Carbon Tax Will Fight Climate, Stimulate Economy

Joe Romm, EC


ENergy Collective

Superstorm Sandy. Massive droughts. Devastating tornadoes. Horrific wildfires. The United States has certainly seen the dramatic weather-related effects of climate change in 2012, and every American has in some way been negatively impacted. Unfortunately, unless we start taking action now to curb the greenhouse gas pollution that’s causing this extreme weather, things are only going to get worse. Depending on which actions we choose to take, this year will either be the new normal or it will be a glimpse into a future where conditions are much, much worse.

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TAGGED: Carbon Emissions, Global Warming, Joe Romm, Carbon Tax, Climate Change

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