Few Match Biden’s GHG Commitments, Opening Door To Criticisms

April 23, 2021
The Biden administration’s pledge to halve domestic greenhouse gases by 2030 has not spurred widespread reciprocal action, even though several other major economies are taking steps to speed the pace of emission cuts, an outcome that is generating competing criticism from both Republicans and environmentalists. Republicans like Sen. John Barrasso (WY), the ranking member on the Senate energy committee, charged the administration’s commitments -- and failure to bring other economies along -- creates a competitive disadvantage that empowers key foes...

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