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tell me sir whether or not china increased its co2 between now and 230 in the agreement, by what and i'll be glad to give you that answer. >> and that answer is. >> so you'll give it in writing. >> thank you madam chair. he said a number of times in response are questions that this budget is what a balance budget looks like. so, do this budget balance resource extraction with conservation? >> budget balances fiscally in a ten year program, the budget does not favor one energy solution over another, nor does it favor extraction over non- extraction. it is a budget that produces a stewardship of our public lands. >> on the other hand you also talked about the need to raise revenues. one of the ways you could raise that is to increase what we get for resource extraction. so does appear from a pragmatic standpoint that is one of the ways you are going to you will create additional funds to keep the interior department going. if we look at the budget we would reflect more of a that toward resource extraction. let me give an example. when you were here for confirmation hearings you were a
roughly 0.2 degrees, which is insignificant. and yet people ignore the fact that china -- >> no, no. >> that was an m.i.t. study. >> that was a -- that was what the change would be under the period covered by the agreement. that's not what the change would be at the end of the century if they continued it. so you're really mixing apples and oranges. i just want you to answer the question that i asked you. that's all i want you to do. can you tell me how much warming government scientists working for our government predict for the end of this century under a business as usual scenario? >> can you tell me, sir, whether or not china increased its co2 by now and 230 in their agreement, and i will be glad to give you that answer? >> and that answer is? >> so you'll give it in writing? >> thank you. senator huroana. >> thank you, madam, chair. you said a number of times in response to our questions that this budget is what a balanced budget looks like. so does this budget balance resource extraction with conservation? >> the budget balances fiscally in a ten year program. it does not favo
tell me, sir, whether or not china increased its co2 between now and 230 in the agreement and by what -- i would be glad to give you that answer. >> and that answer is -- >> we will be glad to give you that answer. >> so we will give it in writing. >> thank you. senator hirono. >> thank you, madam chair. you se said a number of times in response to our questions that this budget is what about budget looks like. so does this budget balance resource extraction with conservation? >> the budget balances fiscally in a tenure program. the budget does not favor one energy solution over another nor does a favor extraction over nine extraction. it doesn't favor. it's a budget that produces a stewardship of our public lands. >> on the other hand, you also talked about the need to raise revenues and one of the ways you would raise revenues is to increase what we get, what you get from resource extraction. and so it does appear from a very pragmatic standpoint that that is one of the ways that you are going to create or yeah, create additional funds to keep the interior department going. i w
whether china increased its co2 between now and 230 on the agreement, and by what question mark i will be glad to give you that answer. senator frank in: and that answer is -- secretary zinke: i will give that to you in writing. you said a number of each times in response to our questions that this budget is what a balanced budget looks like. balance thisget resource attrition -- extraction with conservation? secretary zinke: the budget balances fiscally in a 10-year program -- program. program does not favor extraction over non-extraction. it is a legit that produces a stewardship that -- it is a budget that produces stewardship for our public lands. senator: one of the ways you beld increase revenues would front resource extraction. it appears from a pragmatic standpoint that is one of the ways you are going to create additional funds to keep the interior department going. i would say if we look at this budget, it probably reflects bent toward resources extraction over conservation. an example -- when you were here for your confirmation hearing, you were a big supporter, when i met with
whether or not china increased its co 2 and by what? i will be glad to give dwlu answer. >> and that answer is -- >> so you'll give it in writing? >> in writing. >> you said that this budget is what a balanced budget looks like. so does this budget balance resource extraction with conservati conservation? >> the budget balances fiscally in a ten year program. the budget does not favor one energy solution or another or does it favor -- it doesn't favor it. it is a budget -- >> on the other hand you talked about the need to raise revenues. one of the ways you would raise revenues is to increase what you get from resource extraction. so it appears that's one of the ways you are going to create additional funds to keep the interior department going. i would say it probably reflects more of that towards resource extraction. let me give you an example. when i know met with you prior to that hearing you're a big support of the land and water conservation fund. it is supposed to be a program funded by revenues and yet this fund is cut by 84%. so that is an example of how we are moviing
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)