Climate

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Dealing with Washington on emissions means other nations must make politically tough decisions -- with no guarantee the US will keep its end of the bargain. Of course the fate of the Earth might be reason enough for other governments to transition from fossil fuels. And if the US doesn't want to lead the 21st century's low-carbon economy, plenty of others do. ...
For the past 30 years, the global approach to climate policy has been making grand promises and later mostly failing to live up to them. At his World Leaders Climate Summit, President Biden promise… ...
President Biden announced a goal to cut carbon emissions in half by 2030 – and the Biden administration says its $2.25 trillion American Jobs Plan will help the country achieve Biden’s climate goal of cutting carbon emissions in half by 2030 by building green infrastructure. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says, “This is a once in a generation opportunity to rethink and recreate the infrastructure for the American worker and how we create pathways for the American worker back into the middle class.” ...
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