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The US wants to be carbon neutral by 2050. These 3 policies can make it possible

The US is the world’s second largest emitter of emissions. Image: REUTERS/Yereth Rosen

Ian Parry

Technical Assistance Advisor, IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department

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