You know, I just disagree with that premise, which is why we have organizations like the American Petroleum Institute, Edison Electric institute, and others calling for controlling, deep controlling methane emissions, looking at unleashing technology that not only we can use domestically to cut our carbon footprint, but we can export these technologies internationally to countries like China and Russia and India.
This is a real opportunity for American job creation. But it’s also an opportunity to harness the advancements in technologies, where we can look at leveraging cutting emissions, while expanding, expanding our global footprint internationally from a technological advancement standpoint.
And so this is about creating jobs. This is about advanced technologies. This is about global markets, and, more importantly, it’s about combating the climate crisis.