last memo energy efficiency

last memo energy efficiency - To Mandy Brule From Eric...

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To: Mandy Brule From: Eric Russo Subject: Energy Efficiency Date: 11/17/10 For America to obtain a healthy and sustainable future the government needs to increase the gasoline tax and to also tax certain products that consume the most energy. Taxing valuables such as cars and gas, and products including incandescent light bulbs which have no positive effects would raise revenues that could potentially go to research and implementation of efficient energy. Taxation would also cause the American population to become more aware and educated of our current environmental situation by researching and purchasing products that will benefit our countries future. By increasing the gasoline and tax and taxing products that have negative effects on the environment will cause the American population to realize its impact on the planet along with increasing revenues which could go to the implementation of innovative technology and efficient energy. If Americans want to continue to purchase products and valuables that have a negative effect on our environment there should be a price to pay. The price would be higher revenues, new technologies, and cleaner energy.
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