Economic Development: The Missing Link in a National Clean Energy Policy
By Andrea Buffa
Apollo News Service
There was a certain irony in the U.S. decision to hold the recent G20 meeting in Pittsburgh, Penn., to show off the former steel town?s success at creating green jobs. Pittsburgh transformed itself from a polluted and declining industrial metropolis into a clean and booming green one by crafting deliberate economic development policies to support the growth of clean energy industries. The irony is that the United States?unlike most other G20 members?still needs a comprehensive national clean energy economic development policy.
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