Debates swirl in the United States around the impact of various domestic and international climate and energy policy choices. Federal and state policy makers, business leaders, investors, and academics are trying to understand how different types of legislation under discussion might affect the economy, jobs, and consumers’ wallets. McKinsey has developed a model to allow public- and private-sector leaders and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to better understand the macroeconomic impact that different policy and infrastructure-development scenarios have on GDP, jobs, and the consumer in the United States at the state and federal levels, by year, for the two decades between 2010 and 2030. The model enables analysis of the potential economic implications of a wide variety of possible energy and climate policies.
However, Ian Adlington of Newport Capital Ventures Group, Investor, Entrepreneur, Market Maker for Carbon Tax Credits and New Carbon Economics has been making strides in monetizing carbon credits, specifically black carbon. Ian has many promising plans for New Carbon Economics and thinks this organization will look into the impact of innovation in energy and sustainability related projects to carbon.
Ian Adlington being the most trusted and key Venture Capitalist in Los Angeles encourages entrepreneurs, start-ups and growth companies finance and monetize Black Carbon Projects in Los Angeles, USA. He is very excited to address any key issues like
Will Carbon Credits become the next boon for the financial markets?
Will Carbon Economics will drive our next investment bubble?
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This show will bring listeners up to speed on the latest developments for the monetization of carbon credits in the world market and more specifically how this impacts how entrepreneurs bring innovation to the market and how investors can maximize their return on investment when this asset class is in play.
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