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Do you agree with American CEOs who want stronger regulations on climate change?

"Without clear climate change policy, not only will manufacturing jobs be siphoned off to overseas rivals investing heavily in renewable energy sources, but U.S. companies won't have any clear direction on where best to invest their money in new capital projects to keep in line with regulations, top executives said. {...} Improved energy efficiency standards for buildings and appliances; more research and development into biomass, clean coal and other technologies; and opening more U.S. acreage to oil exploration would all help create jobs, Dow's Liveris said. At a separate conference in Pittsburgh, experts said U.S. workers are already finding jobs building wind turbines, installing solar panels and retrofitting buildings with stronger insulation to conserve energy." http://www.reuters.com/article/ELECTU/idUSN1440647520080314 Do you agree with these CEOs that the US needs and would benefit economically from stronger regulations on climate change? entuto - go look up a graph of total solar irradiance over the past 30 years (measured by satellite) before claiming that global warming is always caused by the Sun. dpj5 - why are you talking about Reuters? That's like attacking Al Gore about global warming science. Try discussing the content, not engaging in ad hominem attacks.

Asked By: Dana1981 - 3/17/2008
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Yes! Lets invest in America again. There is nothing more expensive than continuing to do what we are doing... More
Answered By: frflyer - 3/17/2008
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Wal-Mart and Home Depot would love a bill that forced people to buy new light bulbs. The profit margins on CF lights are far more than on incandescent bulbs... More
Answered By: Dr Jello - 3/17/2008
 
Climate change is a reality, but the controversy is silly. The only constant about climate is that it changes. The earth's climate has changed since the beginning, and man has usually blamed himself (angering the gods, too much C02, etc) for its change. Our Sun is the cause for the temperature fuxuations in all our... More
Answered By: entuto - 3/17/2008
 
Climate change is a natural cycle, yes, but it's stupid to think that humanity is having no impact on it. Even if we weren't, we're still impacting our immediate environment- air, water, etc. So really, the worst that could come from stricter regulations is- GASP- cleaner air and water. How awful. :P
Answered By: Fire Falcon - 3/17/2008
 
Reuters is not an American company. "In 1995, Reuters established its "Greenhouse Fund" to take minority investments in a range of start-up technology companies, initially in the United States." Yeah, that's reliable.
Answered By: dpj5 - 3/17/2008
 
From your quote... More
Answered By: eric c - 3/17/2008
 
We all have a ring side seat to see what has happened to the US economy with deregulation, less oversight, fewer rules and a free market anarchy system designed for the benefit of huge corporations to exploit maximum profit from the average person. It only took the conservatives 30 years to make this train wreck... More
Answered By: Rainbow Warrior - 3/17/2008
 
No, I would be in favor of new stronger regulations limiting the power of government to interfere in our daily lives and to protect us from bureaucratic bungling. Like daylight savings time for example, it doesn't save energy and or daylight... More
Answered By: Roadkill - 3/17/2008
 
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