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Fact Sheet: 50 Steps Toward Carbon-Free Transportation

To move toward a carbon-free transportation system, America must adopt a bold new vision for transportation policy. Federal and state governments should set goals for reducing carbon pollution from transportation consistent with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and get us to zero-carbon transportation system by mid-century. 

Specifically, state and federal governments should consider a series of 50 policy reforms that can help to pave the way for a zero-carbon transportation system. 

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Ten Ways Your Community Can Go Solar

The United States has enough solar energy installed to power over 11 million American homes. America’s cities and towns play a key role in driving the adoption of clean, renewable energy. Yet, most have only begun to tap their solar energy potential. Local governments can set the pace for solar growth by driving development through effective public policy and community engagement, reaping benefits for the environment, public health, grid resilience and consumers.

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Fact Sheet: Rethinking U.S. Transportation Policy to Fight Global Warming

Preventing the worst impacts of global warming will require us to nearly eliminate carbon pollution from transportation by 2050. Current federal and state transportation policies in the United States often set us back in the fight against global warming. To move toward a carbon-free transportation system, America must adopt a bold new vision for transportation policy. 

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