Note from info below that Chris Christie not only believes in global warming (aka AGW / anthropogenic global warming), he stands strongly for government control of our society so as to reduce greenhouse emissions.
GOP Gov. Chris Christie: We have an obligation to reduce our Greenhouse Gas emissions.
May 27, 2011
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Surveying the reality-free Tea Party freak show that is the current republican presidential field, Christie has opted out. And he has fired the first shot of his 2016 campaign by committing himself to a program of free-market incentives for combatting climate change, reducing greenhouse emissions, and accelerating New Jerseys development of renewable energy and conservation.
..Our commitment continues to combatting climate change, and looking for new, clean, and cleaner energy sources..
..were committed to putting in place policies that actively work to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and achieve the 22.5 percent Renewable Portfolio Standard target by 2021..
The cleanest energy is the energy that you dont use the state has to lead in terms of conservation, and so were going to lead by example on energy efficiency.
we remain completely committed to the idea that we have a responsibility as a state to make the environment of our state, and the world, better..
we have an obligation to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
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If you are having a hard time believing Chris Christie would believe in global warming and government control of cities and individuals to reduce greenhouse emissions, see the two videos posted at the link on this post. You’ll be sickened.
Here’s a May 2011 article on New Jersey’s support of and participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI):
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NEW YORK (May 26, 2011) New Jersey residents solidly support the states participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a program that generates jobs, revenue and investment in their clean energy economy, according to new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey results released today by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
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