New analysis: Carbon market would benefit Washington’s economy, add thousands of jobs
New analysis: Carbon market would benefit Washington’s economy, add thousands of jobs (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 63KB)
|Author(s)||Department of Ecology|
|Description||An independent economic analysis commissioned by the Washington Department of Ecology indicates that Washington's economy would grow by $3.3 billion and add 19,300 jobs if a regional plan to mitigate climate change and build a clean-energy economy goes into effect as designed starting in 2012.|
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|Contact||Hedia Adelsman at 360-407-6222 or Hedia.Adelsman@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||jobs, climate change|
|WEB PAGE||Washington's Economic Analysis of WCI Regional Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan|
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