Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNew.com) — The Green Movement is taking over America and the next stop was The White House. George W. Bush has proposed a recent objective on Wednesday aimed to halt greenhouse gas emissions by 2025. The greenhouse gas emitted by electric power plants will also be put to a stop in the coming 10 to 15 years.
From the Oval Office, Bush announced in his speech, “To reach our 2025 goal, we will need to more rapidly slow the growth of power sector greenhouse gas emissions so that they peak within 10 to 15 years and decline thereafter.”
He further added that by taking such steps, the gas emitted by power stations will be significantly reduced and achieve its target that was first started in 2002 in the climate strategy. The effect of greenhouse gas can be reduced by numerous things but the important one depends upon the rate of acceleration of deployment and development of newer technologies.
Bush did not outline a particular proposal but a strategy based on actual target of reduction of emission was set. Bush also thinks that Congress has to follow few ‘principles’ to craft legislation specifically for global warming. He remained opposed to the Senate bill which required mandatory caps to keep a check on emission of greenhouse gases because the proposal was truly unrealistic and could prove harmful to the economy of the nation.
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