Market Forces, Not Taxes, to Cut Greenhouse Gases

Rothrock, Dorothy; Dimare, Dominic
May 2007
Orange County Business Journal;5/21/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p71
The authors reflect on the vision of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25% in 2020. They cite the importance in following the Assembly Bill 32 or the Global Warming Solutions Act to protect consumers and to develop the economy. The new environment policy would require both private and public sector to create or innovate ways on how to accomplish the goal.


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