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Green Economy Has Changed National Politics: Close-up on West Virginia & Virginia

 
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Politics and political allegiances change with time. With the current clean energy revolution (still nascent, but growing fast), this powerful (no pun intended) sector is influencing politics quite a bit… or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that what politicians and industry do with this revolution is influencing politics.

Scott Cooney of sister site The Inspired Economisthad a great post the other day on how the clean economy seems to be changing politics in West Virginia and Virginia (in opposite ways). It’s a really interesting read, so I’d recommend checking it out: The Green Economy has changed national politics: Virginia and West Virginia case studies.

 
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