Not only would this help the economy, but this would help the world. Creating new jobs would benefit the economy for American who desperately needs to create new jobs in it's country. Creating new jobs that redude our carbon footprint would also make us look better to the rest of the world who often make fun of us.
It is my opinion that the Department of Energy should increase the number of conservation jobs in order to reduce the American carbon footprint because doing so could have a tangible affect on the current global warming crisis. By employing more people for this task, the Department of Energy would be helping to reduce the amount of negative carbon emissions that America produces.
If the Department of Energy were to increase the number of conservation jobs, this would be very good news not just for the United States, but also the world. It is important that we take these steps in order to preserve our planet and I would love to see America lead the charge.
Unless there is an demonstrate able need to increase the size of the workforce in the Department of Energy I think the funds would be better used using existing staff to research and develop more meaningful ways to reduce carbon emissions in America, there is already a huge workforce in the Department of Energy to begin with.
No, the Department of Energy cannot increase the number of conservation jobs available in order to reduce the American carbon footprint, because telling more people that they have jobs in conservation does not do anything to help conservation. The government cannot control the entire world. They need to let people deal with conservation themselves.