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“Communities and businesses are already experiencing the impact of climate change, and we need to act NOW to protect both our environment and our economy.”

To accomplish these goals, government regulation MUST become more streamlined and efficient to identify and achieve carbon pollution Green House Gasses (GHG) objectives. We’ve no time for the proverbial red-tape tangle and law-makers must get the message.

In that mode, US EPA Center for Corporate Climate Leadership (CCCL) in association with the Center for Climate Energy Solutions (C2ES) have helped provide platforms for policy, innovation and business solutions. Active, progressive governmental action is saving energy, reducing emissions, and taking decisive steps towards reducing GHG which impacts climate change to an increasing degree. Also, an array of new cost-effective methods are emerging from the rapid development of what is known as “sustainability science”, which promotes a wide bloc of educational and governmental institutions.

The American Renewable Energy and Efficiency Act of 2014 sets a target of generating 25% of the nation’s energy from renewable sources while reducing energy waste by 15% by 2025. The legislation is a wake-up call to those who deny science and impede progress. Be assured, PSG Governance will be watching and listening.

“Climate change is the threat of our time. For the sake of future generations, we must move toward a global compact to confront it before it is too late. That is our job and our task…we have to go to work.”

– Former President Barrack Obama

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