Ebene Magazine – Local advocates support the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s new climate position


Valley residents, including a councilor from Scottsdale, appreciate the efforts of the US Chamber of Commerce, which recently announced a change in its position on climate action.

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Valley residents, including a councilor from Scottsdale, appreciate the efforts of the US Chamber of Commerce, which recently announced a change in its position on climate action.

According to a press release and published reports, the chamber « supports a market-driven approach to acceleration reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the entire US economy « .

 » Climate change is both a threat and a very good economic opportunity. The passage of the CCL Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividends Act will reduce carbon and create millions of commercial jobs – jobs needed to restore a strong middle class. Americans receive the collected earnings through monthly revenue audits. Passing this bill will free the economy through jobs rather than national debt, « Scottsdale councilor Solange Whitehead said in a prepared statement.

 » The right climate solutions can unleash the power of the American market and ingenuity. I would encourage Valley Chambers to encourage Senators and House members from Arizona to sponsor a carbon price. “

The advocacy of a“ market-based ”climate policy suggests support for CO2 pricing. This is the kind of policy that local members of the Civic Climate Lobby would like to see sponsored by Senators and members of the House and House of Representatives in Arizona, according to a press release.

« The US Chamber represents many large American corporations. We are pleased that they realize that this is a solution that works for people, the planet and businesses, « said Kyle Kammien, senior business relations representative in the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, in a prepared statement. « Your stance will help build more support in Congress for a lasting, bipartisan climate change solution. »

Solutions like the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act are market-based approaches with the support of both parties. The press release said that members of the new administration, such as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, also reportedly support the political approach.

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