Sunday, January 11, 2009

Today's Big Coal column travels through cyberspace

I received an interesting email this morning from Charlie Peters,
 who read today's Times-Standard column on coal:
 Big Coal:energy source should be cleaned up or shut down
 Mr. Peters forwarded my column to the Honorable
 Darrell Steinberg to read, along with his own comments - as follows:

California CalEPA Secretary Linda Adams, signed a MOU with the UN in China on earth day. China gets about 50% of the world carbon tax and the China government gets a 50% tax of the credits.
** China goods and services may increase
** We pay the carbon tax and EXXON, GE, Wal-Mart, BP, DuPont, GM, IBM, Microsoft, SHELL and friends may all share in the public/private partnership of corporate and NGO welfare.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It has to make you feel great knowing your columns make a difference!!

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