Rhodium Study Says Hill Proposals Close ‘Gap’ For Biden Climate Goals

September 15, 2021
New analysis is finding that key initiatives in the House Democrats’ emerging “reconciliation” bill, and a separate bipartisan infrastructure package approved by the Senate last month, could accomplish at least half the greenhouse gas cuts needed to close the gap between current policies and actions required to meet the Biden administration’s 2030 climate goals. The Sept. 15 findings from the Rhodium Group underscore that congressional action on climate change will have a significant, and perhaps make-or-break, impact on the ability...

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