1001 Exeutive Digest.Report 3

U.S. Climate Action Partnership

http://www.pewclimate.org/docUploads/USCAP-economic-modeling-backgrounder-12-02-09.PDF

 

The U.S. economy will experience robust growth of about 70 percent through 2030 even as it adopts policies to lower greenhouse gas emissions leading to a more sustainable environment, according to an analysis released by the U.S. Climate Action Partnership (USCAP).

 

The economic analysis estimates that U.S. GDP will grow 70 to 71 percent through 2030 assuming the adoption of climate legislation similar to the “Blueprint for Legislative Action,” USCAP’s set of recommendations for climate policy. In the absence of climate policy, U.S. GDP would grow 71 to 72 percent through 2030.

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1001 Exeutive Digest.Report 3

U.S. Climate Action Partnership

http://www.pewclimate.org/docUploads/USCAP-economic-modeling-backgrounder-12-02-09.PDF

 

The U.S. economy will experience robust growth of about 70 percent through 2030 even as it adopts policies to lower greenhouse gas emissions leading to a more sustainable environment, according to an analysis released by the U.S. Climate Action Partnership (USCAP).

 

The economic analysis estimates that U.S. GDP will grow 70 to 71 percent through 2030 assuming the adoption of climate legislation similar to the “Blueprint for Legislative Action,” USCAP’s set of recommendations for climate policy. In the absence of climate policy, U.S. GDP would grow 71 to 72 percent through 2030.