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Everything At Stake: Will Climate Unite the US Congress?
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Everything At Stake: Will Climate Unite the US Congress?

Sally Hardin answers questions on the potential for movement on climate change in Congress.

A year into President Biden’s term, it is time to make an initial assessment on his climate agenda. The Build Back Better Act, designed to support the energy transition and one of the largest public investment plans in US history, is still stalling in the Senate. Sally Hardin, Director for Energy and Environment Advocacy at the Center for American Progress, offers her take on the partisan divisions in Congress around the climate issue and possible alternative courses of action to achieve Biden’s climate goals.

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Sally Hardin

Director, Energy and Environment Advocacy