States’ Group Shifts From Advocate To Partner As Biden Tackles Climate

February 17, 2021
A coalition of states that sought to continue momentum for ambitious climate mitigation during the Trump era is now pledging to “partner” with the Biden administration as it tries to re-invigorate federal climate policies and achieve major reductions in greenhouse gases. The states in the U.S. Climate Alliance have “moved from an adversarial relationship to one of a possible alliance with the federal government,” said Julie Cerqueira, the alliance’s executive director, during a Feb. 11 webinar hosted by consulting firm...

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