Global Warming in California OR Introduction to Prop 23:

Proposition 23, better known is Prop 23, which is an idea and program a ballot that congeals the Assembly Bill 32 signed by California Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006, the governor of California demanding a particular agenda for making California a cleaner state from global warming and pollution. Valero and Tesoro, these are two oil companies who enormously disgust the initiative of being independent of fossil fuel oil.

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Oil Companies:

Texas based oil companies Valero and Tesoro organize Proposition 23. Both companies have support hundreds of violations of state and local health and air pollution laws in California including the illegal dumping of hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxide into the atmosphere. According to these two companies, this proposal will slump unemployment rate in California from 12% to 5.5%, experts have stated about this initiative, is a deceitful proposition. If you consider this plan it is possible that, this will reduce the rate of time and drop the jobs.

The dilemma with Prop 23 is that it’s funded and financially supported by oil companies who are apparently intentionally ignoring cause and affect the reality of environmental damage. People are combating against and not in favor of this plan and initiative, which is expected to be a massive political crisis as well as harmful to the environment and also for the people of the Californian state who have been demanding and extremely struggling to make California a global warming free state.

Join the Cause:


Being the citizen of Californian state you should join this cause to fulfill our purpose:
For this reason you must not support the fossil fuel funded by prop 23 as a citizen of California.

  • You should inform your friends and raise awareness.
  • Raise awareness about the prop 23 on social network
  • Every citizen of California must participate in debates and fruitful point of view

Consequence and Effects of Prop 23:


  1. If the Prop 23 is commencing and steps have to be taken in this regard then its consequences and outcome would be a major loss of clean energy, labor force as well as causing damage to the environment. The reason is that a Prop 23 plan will be entirely a fossil fuel slave and will apply fossil fuel power into a Californian state that is dreadfully fighting against fossil fuel incursion. Sorrowfully these oil companies are just concerned with market shares and benefits rather than the environment. And they have nothing to do with global warming which will be a dreadful to the California and as well as it will spread all over the world.
  2. These oil companies who make an effort to keep away from contest from the locally made in clean energy California jobs. This plan isn’t concerned about the oil prices which are related to working families, California’s economy. If we look at the glance and considered the figure of jobs available in California it is clearly indicated that around 500,000 jobs already exist which are clean and engage work such as manufacturing and construction. Moreover, 12000 highly and greatly technological companies are working while over $ 9billion has been made in private investments since the year 2005.

Lastly these are some causes and reasons because of which Prop 23 will affect the citizens of California in increase of oil and gas prices, environmental pollution as well as decrease in the rate of economic development.


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Assalm-o-Alaikum: How are You Dear Friends! My name is Zafar Ullah Khan. I am the Person with Special Needs. I am interested in Blogging, Articles writing, web content writer, and MS-office applications. I have Master degree in Political science and Graduate degree in Economics.
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