Meeting the US's 2030 climate goal is achievable if Congress, the executive branch, and subnational leaders all take a series of feasible policy actions. The infrastructure bill and budget package, along with federal regulations and state action, can reduce emissions 45-51% by 2030
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China Pathfinder seeks to measure China's economic system relative to open market economies, assessing whether it is converging or diverging across six economic areas.
As Congress works to determine the size and scope of climate and clean energy investments in the budget package, we've assessed the potential emission reductions from some of the items proposed so far.
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