New York passes plan to make the state carbon neutral
If signed into law, it will make New York the second US state to aim for a carbon-neutral economy, after California
New York — Early on Thursday, New York state MPs passed one of the nation's most ambitious plans to slow climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.
If signed into law, it would make New York the second US state to aim for a carbon-neutral economy, following an executive order signed by then California governor Jerry Brown in 2018 to make that state carbon neutral by 2045...
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