Orders the U.S. government to be “net-zero” by 2050, with interim goals for buildings, energy, vehicle fleets, and purchasing policies.
Publicly available scientific tool to help cities estimate their emissions, thereby guiding decarbonization policy accurately.
Presents modeling results on energy infrastructure needs for a net-zero economy.
Arguing that the United States could achieve net-zero carbon pollution by 2050, address societal inequities, and reap benefits far greater than the costs.
Decarbonization plans start with an accurate accounting of current GHG emissions. This 2021 Nature report highlights chronic ways in which US cities underestimate their GHG emissions.
Comprised four sector-specific analyses focused on buildings, transportation, non-energy emissions, and the carbon sequestration potential of Massachusetts’ natural and working lands, plotting the road to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050.
Concludes there's a range of economically beneficial and technologically feasible options for reaching "net-zero" U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
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.