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“The so-called business-as-usual scenario doesn't include that eventuality, officials explained.”
“Bonusgate smacked both of business-as-usual and ineffectual oversight, not the change that Obama said was coming to Washington.”
“It's about choosing the new economy -- clean energy, energy efficiency, cleaner transportation, carbon reduction and the like -- over the old economy of fossil fuels and business-as-usual carbon emissions.”
“Taxpayers should not be made to bail out a business-as-usual Postal Service," Issa said.”
“But Obama must know that a business-as-usual policy that provides modest federal assistance for clean energy with an all-out, all-of-the-above strategy for energy production just won't cut it when it comes to climate change.”
“When some business leaders see any signs of improvement in the economy, notes World Economic Forum presenter and innovation and technology expert Don Tapscott, "they have a natural inclination to fall back on old ways and conclude it is business-as-usual.”
“This is calculated by using an approved methodology to subtract the estimated emissions of a given project from a hypothetical 'business-as-usual' emissions baseline.”
“This makes business-as-usual an unrealistic planning assumption.”
“A 2009 analysis by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, a research arm of the Department of Energy, shows that a goal of 15% renewable production by 2021 with 4% coming from efficiency is actually right on track with business-as-usual growth in the industry.”
“Although the RES will do little to push America's market for clean-energy past business-as-usual, it will ensure that the market doesn't begin moving backwards.”
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