Climate Here and There: Part 2, U.S. Perspective
- Jun 16, 2022 3:06 pm GMT
This paper extends the goals of Part 1’s (and California’s) SB 100 to our entire country and explains how this can really happen via a new powerful coalition. It also delves into the methods behind our first major goal for the U.S. (50% greenhouse gas reductions by 2030). The above content is from two highly-respected sources.
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