U.S. Election Outcome Important for Climate Crisis

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A loss by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would end the hopes of a U.S. decarbonisation before 2050

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Biden loss would end hopes of US decarbonisation before 2050

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Biden loss would end hopes of US decarbonisation before 2050

The outcome of the 2020 US presidential election will dictate the pace of decarbonisation for decades, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is proposing a US$2 trillion climate plan with a mandate to eliminate carbon emissions from the US power sector by 2035. “If Biden's bid fails, the US will forfeit four more years in the fight against climate change. This would dramatically reduce the possibility of eliminating carbon emissions from the region’s power grid before 2050. However, If Biden’s climate plan comes to pass, it will have widespread consequences for the US power sector,” said Dan Shreve, Wood Mackenzie Research Director. As noted in Wood Mackenzie’s report, a... ... More: Official Press Release Wood Mackenzie

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