Experts See State GHG Efforts As Incomplete Fix For Trump’s Paris Exit

November 5, 2019
Climate policy experts are touting states’ ramped-up action on climate as a way to partially counter the Trump administration’s looming withdrawing from the Paris climate deal, though they acknowledge it is a second-best stand in for federal climate policies including rules EPA and other agencies are rolling back. Such state efforts also remain a work in progress, with many of them preliminary commitments that still need further actions to be fully implemented, observers note. “There is a wealth of action...

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