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Why the US Inflation Reduction Act is an important step in the transition to clean energy

The Inflation Reduction Act could have huge benefits for the environment. Image: Photo by Andreas Gücklhorn on Unsplash

Humzah Yazdani

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Modelled Net US greenhouse gas emissions (including land carbon sinks) Image: Inflation Reduction Act Preliminary Report

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