Take message to the public

The editorial "Punishment vs. prog ress" (OGJ, Jan. 14, 2002, p. 17) gives the illusion of industry whining when it also spells out the very approach to make real progress.The editorial preaches to the choir, when it needs to be heard by the general public. The industry should take its po sition to the public, in easy-to-under stand language that tells what is happen ing now and what will happen in the future.Make the picture stick. Call The Sierra Club dishonest; call the EPA too aggressive and illogical. But be certain that the picture painted and the future results shown are true and actually happen. Use clear, easy-to-measure and understand facts about where we are and where we will ...

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