What REAL harm is there taking steps to reduce or completely eliminate our “possible” contributions? Do you think making the applicable changes will impact our economy as … Humm… Your or other U.S citizens high paying blue and white collar jobs being shipped overseas?
Unless you are really rich, you losing your job will have a real negative impact on you family. I would say more so than the polluters being required to reduce their emissions.
Would you have that same opinion if instead of our government subsidizing petroleum & power producers they subsidized wind power, solar and wave turbines? Enough of them in place and you still have your lights, heat and water. The only difference being other than during the manufacturing process, the alternatives did not emit any pollutants.
Let’s take that to the next level. You were given direct tax credits for implementing any or all the above alternatives on your home and you could sell the access to the “GRID” at retail prices?
Shouldn’t we be advocating alternative energy sources for the Gulf Coast? We have the chance to install solutions that will reduce pollution, reliance on fossil fuels and cut costs.
Seems to make sense to me.
- Solar Producer: Ways To Reduce Pollution? (11/28/2011)
- Solar Producer: What Would It Take To Change Your Mind On Global Warming? (6/20/2011)
- Solar Energy: Why Are Politicians Not Solving The Energy Crisis With Solar Panels On Homes.? (9/9/2011)
- Solar Producer: What Is The Correlation Between Large City Pollution (Shanghai) And Climate Change? (11/22/2011)
- Solar Energy: How Much Does The Shade From Rooftop Solar Panels Reduce Energy Consumption In Cooling? (assume 100% Covered)? (12/5/2011)