From Climate Extra

Most See Congress As Crucial For Meeting Biden’s Ambitious GHG Target

April 22, 2021
President Joe Biden may have set ambitious new goals for reducing greenhouse gases, but few observers expect the United States to attain the targets without affirmative action from Congress, an uncertain prospect given stark partisan disagreements over climate policy, including energy-related tax and spending measures. Biden’s supporters and critics alike agree that without new legislative action, the administration almost certainly cannot achieve his new goal of cutting emissions 50-52 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, which is the U.S.’s new...

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