The GREEN Act proposes to extend several tax credits for clean energy deployment and expand several others. We quantify the combined impact of most major provisions of the proposal on both technology deployment and GHG emissions, through 2030.
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In this quarterly edition of the China Dashboard, we see China’s growth slow to a nearly three-decade low, amidst rising economic headwinds , unprecedented banking stress and intensifying external pressure.
If the world is to stay on track to meet the Paris Agreement goal of limiting warming to well below 2° Celsius, we need to reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions anywhere from 15-32 gigatons of CO2 equivalent in 2030. The answer to five key questions could have a meaningful, multi-gigaton effect on global emissions.
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