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Three laws will triple US climate change spending over the next decade

How much is the US planning to spend on fighting climate change? Image: Unsplash/Joshua Hoehne

Victoria Masterson

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A chart showing spending on climate change measures over the next decade
Spending on climate change technology and clean energy is expected to surge in the United States. Image: RMI

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The US government is targeting sectors with the highest greenhouse gas emissions to curb impacts of climate change. Image: RMI

S-curve climate change spending clean energy transition technology adoption
Policy-makers have to support the adoption of new technologies to help with the uptake of clean energy. Image: RMI

Climate Action Tracker US climate change spending clean energy technologies net zero
Investing in climate technologies is part of a big push to tackle climate change by US President Joe Biden’s government. Image: Climate Action Tracker
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