Quote – The U.S. Business Roundtable, cited in NRDC Blog, 1990

This study leaves little doubt that a minimum of 200,000 (plus) jobs will be quickly lost, with plants closing in dozens of states. This number could easily exceed 1 million jobs-and even 2 million jobs--at the more extreme assumptions about residual risk.

The U.S. Business Roundtable’s study by Robert Hahn and Wilbur Steger (1990). “An Analysis of Jobs at Risk and Job Losses from the Proposed Clean Air Act Amendments” (Pittsburgh: CONSAD Research Corporation)., cited in NRDC Blog: From “The Historical Record of Job Growth and Environmental Protection: A Convenient Truth for Climate Legislation.”