Green Money Laundering2

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Written by Joshua Mailman

A recent study by the Institute for Southern Studies, a social policy research and advocacy group, concluded that "nearly all of the U.S. states that ranked among the top dozen using the study's environmental criteria also ranked highest using its economic criteria.  According to an account in the New York Times, "At a policy level, the choice is really not jobs versus the environment," said Bob Hall, research director of the institute.  'The states that do the most to protect their natural resources wind up with the best economies and best jobs.''"

Kenny Ausubel, The Bioneers, p.155.

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