Charts a course for executive action that, under a new presidential administration, would reverse the deregulatory agenda of the Trump Administration.
Assesses a robust, complementary, and ambitious federal policy program after 2020 to form an “All-In” comprehensive American climate strategy.
A comprehensive vision for tackling the climate crisis drafted by members of the USCAN Equitable and Ambitious Climate Vision Action Team.
Laying out policy recommendations Congress should adopt in order to bring the U.S. to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050.
How to effectively decarbonize the US economy by 2035 without forcing Americans to sacrifice their current lifestyles and without having to invent any new technology.
Describes a preliminary analysis that examines the potential impacts of widespread electrification on the U.S. energy sector.
Examines how the US can meet its 2025 emissions target using existing authorities and state action, and how legislation can achieve deeper cuts over the longer term while still growing the economy.
Examining potential scenarios for achieving mid-century decarbonization goals.
Modeled three decarbonization pathways for the state, seeking to reach near 100% carbon free by 2050, by 2040, and by 2030.
Constructed a Carbon Neutral scenario from the “bottom up” by developing a suite of ambitious strategies based on aggressive deployment at plausible penetration rates of technologies and practices.