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Colorado’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule for Surface Transportation Offers a Model for Other States and the Nation Report
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Colorado’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule for Surface Transportation Offers a Model for Other States and the Nation

Colorado’s statewide greenhouse gas emissions reduction mandate, and the associated planning rule from the state department of transportation, offers a model for how to effectively incorporate climate change mitigation into surface transportation planning and project selection.

Kevin DeGood, Michela Zonta

How States Can Use the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Enhance Their Climate Action Efforts Report

How States Can Use the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Enhance Their Climate Action Efforts

Instead of a one-size-fits-all approach to climate action, state, local, and tribal governments can leverage custom, flexible solutions through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Meredith Alexander, Hannah Argento-McCurdy, Aimee Barnes, 3 More Chris Chyung, Camile Cleveland, Diana Madson

A Climate and Competition Agenda for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Report
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A Climate and Competition Agenda for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission must ensure that derivatives markets facilitate the transition to a carbon-neutral economy; are capable of withstanding climate risks; and are competitive, transparent, and safe for all market participants under the commission’s jurisdiction.

Todd Phillips

Fighting Climate Change, From Capitol Hill to City Hall Report
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Fighting Climate Change, From Capitol Hill to City Hall

This report details case studies from six states and two cities to help inform how the United States can enact a whole-of-government approach to climate action.

Hannah Argento-McCurdy, Aimee Barnes, Chris Chyung, 2 More Camile Cleveland, Diana Madson

To Protect 30 Percent of the Ocean, the United States Must Invest in the National Marine Sanctuaries Program Report
View of the ocean during the day from a rocky shoreline. A small motor boat is seen in the upper left.

To Protect 30 Percent of the Ocean, the United States Must Invest in the National Marine Sanctuaries Program

For the 50th anniversary of the National Marine Sanctuaries Act, the United States must ensure that sanctuaries are able to fulfill their mandate of protecting the ocean and Great Lakes and preserving their cultural history.

Zainab Mirza, Alexandra Carter, Amy Kenney, 1 More Miriam Goldstein

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