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Andrew Freedman, Axios
The next month is the most important period for U.S. climate action in more than a decade, and possibly ever, longtime advocates and observers tell Axios.
Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
“If it actually looks seriously like the world is gonna cut carbon emissions in half by 2030, you could, overnight, see fire sales of fossil-fuel assets.”
Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post
The automakers alliance and the UAW seek to influence the Biden administration and jump start the market for electric vehicles. But the auto alliance is fractured and with time running down, the administration faces tough choices on paying for new charging in…
Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post
Switching from combustion engines to electric cars is only half the battle; the U.S. must also make clean transportation accessible to all.
Jeff Stein, The Washington Post
Liberal Democrats push Biden to go bigger on climate mitigation, while Republicans balk at proposed tax hikes.