West Coast states and BC to link climate policies
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#1 Oct 28, 2013
"The central question is whether we're going to shape our climate and energy future through intentional developments and intentional actions and policies, or whether that future is going to shape us."
#2 Oct 29, 2013
Under terms of the agreement announced Monday, Oregon and Washington’s governors are committing their states to move forward with similar policies, even though the legislatures of both states have denied previous attempts to adopt cap-and-trade.
“California isn’t waiting for the rest of the world before it takes action on climate change,” California Gov. Jerry Brown said in a statement.“Today, California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia are all joining together to reduce greenhouse gases,” Brown said.
Bravo the West coast!
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