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Economy goes up, co2 follows
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Friday, 15 January 2010 11:20
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Business GreenBusiness Green woke up this morning with some dire new for Americans, our economy is rebounding and co2 with it!  I'm not kidding, the article literally says:

"Government report warns that economic recovery will result in increased carbon emissions, making it tougher for the administration to hit 2020 target."

How many times do you have to tell greenies that energy consumption is inherently linked to prosperity?  Of course when more people are working and providing for their families, there is going to be more co2 emissions.  And none of this prosperity would be available without access to cheap energy.  Even California's wind farms and solar panels hide fossil fuel plants built to "support" the renewable energy.  This is because fossil fuels are affordable and dependable.

In short, Business Green should be trumpeting the increase in co2 emissions because it means American jobs are the rise for the first time in almost two years.

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