Steve Grossman on Energy & Oil
Former Chair of DNC; Democratic Challenger MA Governor
Allocate 1% of state budget to climate change & clean energy
Grossman called for allocating one percent of the state's budget
to deal with the challenges of climate change and to create jobs in clean energy.
Source: Wicked Local Brookline on 2014 Massachusetts governor's race
, Feb 14, 2014
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions 25% by 2020 and 80% by 2050
Reduce our carbon footprint. Drive job creation and economic growth through innovation. Protect the environment by building vibrant, healthy communities. That's Steve's vision for how Massachusetts will continue to lead in clean energy, just as it led
the nation and the world in life sciences and biotech.
Steve is fully committed to achieving the goals of Massachusetts' Global Warming Solutions Act--reducing greenhouse gas emissions 25% from 1990 levels by 2020 and 80% by 2050.
We can do this by promoting efficient heating technologies combined with efforts to increase our use of electric vehicles and cut our use of carbon heavy fuels for transportation.
Grossman Marketing Group has set out to be the gold standard of sustainability. Steve was proud that in 2007 his family business began producing products with 100% certified wind power.
Source: 2014 Mass. gubernatorial campaign website, SteveGrossman.com
, Dec 20, 2013
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