What is the future of air conditioning?
Air conditioning is the act of regulating and transferring heat from the outside world to the inside.
In some cases, it is even used as a cooling device, such as during the winter months.
This is what the Air Quality Coalition, a nonprofit organization that advocates for air quality, has been saying for a few years now.
The industry has been pushing for regulations to make it harder for companies to discriminate against customers with air conditioning.
In a recent op-ed for The New York Times, the coalition’s director of policy and research, Jonathan Shireman, said that, while the air conditioner market is worth $500 billion, the industry is suffering because of a lack of effective regulation.
Shireme said that regulators have not yet had a chance to weigh in on whether the industry should be regulated differently.
“What we have found is that regulators are not fully aware of the magnitude of this problem, and are not willing to do anything about it,” he wrote.
In March, the Obama administration announced it would begin to regulate air conditioning and air conditioners, a move that was met with skepticism from the industry.
As the WSJ notes, “the industry has argued that the proposed regulations are too weak, too vague and too little regulation.”
The administration has proposed a new set of rules that would require manufacturers to provide more detailed information about their products.
It also has proposed new regulations that would apply to older models, like those manufactured by the 1990s.
But these rules would be difficult to enforce, according to the industry, which argues that it will be easier to enforce the new regulations if they have more detail and are more comprehensive.
“The rules don’t even make sense on their face, they’re designed to be enforced as a first-order function,” Andrew Harnick, an air conditioning industry consultant who specializes in consumer protections, told the WSIJ.
He added that the government should focus on better regulating the industry instead of creating a new regulatory system.
“It’s like the airline industry, they don’t care about air pollution,” he said.
“If we can’t do it in a transparent way, what is the next thing we should be doing?”
Harnick also noted that the new rules could lead to higher prices for consumers.
“The real problem is that air conditionors and air conditioning equipment have gone from being one of the few ways consumers can save money to being a huge burden to consumers,” he added.
“A lot of people are going to lose money,” said Kevin Sullivan, a consumer rights attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union.
“There is going to be a lot of pressure on consumers to buy air condition.
If the regulations don’t help them do that, there’s a real risk that they’re going to have to spend more on air conditioning.”