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Not supporting the need for climate regulations
Supporting market-based climate mechanisms but not 'command and control' regulation (Website, 2018)
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WSPA and its members support market-based mechanisms such as cap-and-trade as the most effective way to address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Oregon. Command and control approaches like the low carbon fuel standards outlined in Oregon’s Clean Fuel Program do not really help the overall goals and tend to put major burdens on consumers and local economies.