11.10.2013 - New Jersey reconsiders carbon trading a year after Sandy
What a difference a year makes. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, which blew ashore last Oct. 29, New Jersey residents have warmed up to the threat that climate change poses to their beach-loving state and want politicians to address it more boldly. Thatís one reason state lawmakers are holding a hearing today about rejoining Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Inc.ís carbon-trading program, according to Upendra Chivukula, the Democratic chairman of the State Assemblyís Telecommunications and Utilities Committee. His panel is evaluating a bill that would require the state to return to the system that New Jersey helped create in 2005...............................................Full Article: Source
Print