Getting the whole job done: Creating jobs that revitalize the economy and protect communities and resources from climate change

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Addressing climate change means reducing emissions and protecting people and resources from impacts already under way. Significant dedicated funding is required to keep our economy, health and resources resilient in a warming world. Investing 5% of total allowance value in natural resource adaptation projects will create jobs across the country that protect the resources upon which our economy, health and culture rely. These types of projects include: stream bed repair, removing invasive species, coastline restoration and installing culverts.

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