By Benita M. Dodd
“Climate change has many faces,” notes the Web site for Earth Day 2013
, which takes place Monday, April 22. “A man in the Maldives worried about relocating his family as sea levels rise, a farmer in Kansas struggling to make ends meet as prolonged drought ravages the crops … the polar bear in the melting arctic, the tiger in India’s threatened mangrove forests. …” It’s a lengthy list. Unfortunately, it’s incomplete.
It’s time to add a few more faces to the pitiful environment painted by Earth Day organizers.
An entrepreneur and small business shouldering the regulatory burden.
The Small Business Administration reports that compliance with environmental regulations costs small businesses 364 percent more than large…