The Greenhouse Gas Database bill does not regulate greenhouse
gas emissions; it requires emissions reporting of significant sources
of greenhouse gas emissions. The sample bill is designed to enable
states to monitor sources of greenhouse gas emissions within its
boundaries and will serve as a tool to better analyze statewide
emission footprints and benchmark within and among industrial sectors.
Developing this capacity is an essential first step in designing
a sustainable energy plan or emissions reduction plan.
This web site offers the tools necessary to introduce and pass
legislation to require businesses to report their greenhouse gas
emissions in your state. These tools include a sample bill, talking
points, press clips, a fact pack, links, and other background information.
We may have other useful materials on this subject which are not
posted on our web site. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
or call our office in Madison, Wisconsin, at (608) 252-9800.
If you’ve used this site and found it helpful or, if you
have suggestions about how it could be made more helpful, please
let us know. Please feel free to use the sample bill text included
here in your state. If you do, please notify us.