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State’s participation in WCI is critical to reverse global warming (access required)

Recently, the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) and climate change policies have captivated both state and national-level media. The WCI, which is a cap-and-trade based system designed to address climate change, is the best opportunity Arizona has to make real strides in our region for reducing global warming pollution.  By participating in the WCI, Arizona can ...

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