Directing Clean Energy $ to Fossil-Fueled Regions

Directing Clean Energy $ to Fossil-Fueled Regions
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The 2020 hurricane season is predicted to be one of the worst in years with five named storms already in the books. This is yet another reminder that climate change poses a serious threat to people, natural resources and infrastructure around the country—compounding stressors from the COVID-19 pandemic and raising questions about safe social distancing during disaster evacuation.

Although there are still partisan divisions about how to act on climate change, there is growing acceptance that policies can and should be deployed to quickly and decisively reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize risks from extreme weather. These policies must be enacted now, if we are to avoid the most calamitous impacts of climate change.

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