It’s been nearly a year and a half since President Biden entered office and made addressing climate change one of his administration’s top priorities. In this note, we assess the current status of federal climate legislation, regulations, and subnational actions and progress made to the 2030 climate target.
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China’s economy is clearly contracting sharply under the weight of “zero COVID” policies, even though Q1 GDP growth beat expectations and April data showed only a modest decline in industrial output.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought into stark relief the national security consequences of European reliance on Russian natural gas and global reliance on Russian oil. We outline policy options available to the US government to reduce EU and global dependence on Russian energy, while continuing to reduce emissions.
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