Skip to comments.Energy companies face climate action in states
Posted on 01/04/2010 10:21:00 AM PST by Nachum
Energy companies that have fought climate legislation in Congress are also facing threats in the states, where governors and legislatures are acting on their own to curb carbon dioxide emissions.
The latest example is a move by 11 governors from the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic region to adopt a low-carbon fuel standard (LCFS) to reduce greenhouse gases from cars and trucks, and possibly home heating systems that use oil products.
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Conservatives and entrepreneurs. Move to Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri. Bring your businesses, money, skills, intellect, and votes.
JUST SAY NO, Immediately shut-down all production,refinement,and deliveries in EVERY STATE that pushes this Religious Belief in the form of Law. within 2 weeks they will give up. Let them all Freeze til they do.
So death by freezing (occurring all across the northern hemisphere right now) is acceptable...?
No Rise of Airborne Fraction of Carbon Dioxide in Past 150 Years, New Research Finds
AGreed, whole heartedly. Were I an electrical generating company, I would shut it down. You know, to eliminate that evil carbon footprint thingy.
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