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By Steve Ahlquist on August 24, 2017
The program changes were immediately endorsed by Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo.
“It’s more important than ever that states take control of their future,” said Raimondo in a statement, “President Trump put states like Rhode Island in harm’s way when he pulled the United States out of the Paris Accord, leaving us on our own to address the realities of a changing climate. So we need to take our own steps to build a green and renewable future.”
Said CLF attorney Phelps Turner, “With the Trump Administration making every effort to turn back the clock on environmental progress, it falls to state and regional collaboration to lead the way in protecting public health and defending clean air and water. For nearly a decade, RGGI has been a sterling example of the positive impact such collaboration can have on both the environment and the economy, and today’s new commitments represent a significant contribution to our work to leave a cleaner and safer home for future generations.”
The successful program was under review when President Donald Trump announced the United States’ withdrawn from the Paris Climate Accords. RGGI was launched in 2009. According to CLF, the “program has reduced emissions from the power sector by 45 percent and saved consumers $618 million on their energy bills. It has also created thousands of jobs along with more than $2.9 billion in regional economic growth. What’s more, by reducing emissions, it has prevented more than 8,000 asthma attacks, 39,000 lost work days, and 300 premature deaths.”
The proposed improvements include:
What was announced yesterday was a proposal. The RGGI states will seek stakeholder comment on the draft program elements in a public meeting to be held on September 25th in Baltimore MD. State -specific meetings will be added as needed.