• Tom Moyer

Two important climate editorials published

Salt Lake Tribune - Time is a wasting on climate change, Utah

"The most important ask is Gardner’s seventh bullet point: Participate in national discussions about market-based approaches to limiting carbon emissions.”

Deseret News - Stewardship and innovation should fight off climate change effects

"Nearly two years ago, CEOs representing 13 U.S. and global Fortune 500 companies or their subsidiaries, and four environmental groups, joined in calling for a carbon pricing policy of some sort to reduce emissions as cheaply as possible. As reported by the World Resources Institute, their statement urged Congress to find solutions that support the economy’s competitiveness and that could be applied fairly. A carbon tax would be applied to the act of burning carbon-based fuels such as oil, coal or gas."

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