US-owned pipelines and oil tankers that are not regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in the United States.
(The Federal Energy Administration) 2.
US energy production companies that have been in business for at least 10 years.
(The Energy Information Administration) 3.
US utilities that operate on public land.
(The National Weather Service) 4.
US banks and other financial institutions that do business in the US.
(Banks of America) 5.
US and international universities that provide research funding to US universities.
The United States government and US businesses are inextricably linked to the infrastructure of the rest of the world.
(Reuters) “The United State is the dominant player in the global economy, the world’s most populous nation and the largest contributor to international trade and economic growth,” the report states.
It accounts for nearly 20% of global trade. “
The US economy is the most valuable global asset, with an annual GDP of over $300 trillion.
It accounts for nearly 20% of global trade.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the US GDP is forecast to grow by over 4.5% from 2015 to 2030, and by an even greater amount from 2030 to 2040.”
The report adds: “With $9 trillion in assets under management, the United State contributes more to global wealth than any other country in the world, and more to the global environment than any country on earth.
If a US dollar were to be worth as much as the world economy, then the United states GDP would have a value of about $8.7 trillion.
This would equal the combined value of the US and China economies.
America’s wealth is concentrated in the hands of a small number of very wealthy individuals and corporations.
As such, the wealth of the United States economy is more concentrated than the wealth in any other nation on earth.”
The report concludes: “The current global economic and financial system has created an uneven playing field.
It is not only unfair for the United Nations to require that the United Kingdom and other countries be the world leaders in addressing climate change, but it is also unfair for US companies to have an unfair advantage over US companies in the development of new technologies.
It is time to end the global economic inequality that has been created by the financial and economic system.”
A group of leading economists including former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, former Treasury Secretary Paul Volcker and former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan have signed the report.
“As our economy becomes increasingly dependent on trade, capital and technology, and the global transition to a low carbon economy is becoming more and more evident, the need to ensure that US infrastructure, infrastructure components and other public goods and services are maintained and used effectively is becoming a pressing concern,” they said.
The United Kingdom is also considering a national climate strategy.
It will be released in December, according to The Guardian.