Leadership and Deliberate Action
- Mar 21, 2022 1:50 pm GMT
Government clean energy and decarbonization aspirations are laudable and necessary to drive private sector investment toward achievement of goals. Plans and goals are also laudable and necessary for driving change. P
ublic policy and government support coupled with private investment are necessary to implement initiatives to put such aspirational goals on a trajectory to be met. It’s clear that to achieve the states’ climate goals significantly more public and private investment is needed.
Alignment among diverse stakeholders, whether climate change believers or deniers, and a clear call-to-action is necessary to bring about the positive economic, environmental, and social change the US and like-minded countries are already benefiting from through investments in clean energy.
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