Economic development and environmental protection can happen hand in hand
“We can put people to work making our buildings more energy efficient, installing renewable energy, and getting ready for the crisis of climate change,” says Dan Fatton of the NJ Work Environment Council. “We have a lot to lose if we don’t start mitigating our greenhouse gas emissions … The real cost is the cost of inaction.”
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