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To meet the climate challenge, the United States needs a comprehensive national approach. Well-designed federal policy can cut emissions and strengthen resilience while driving economic growth.

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C2ES Comments on the Grid Reliability and Resilience Pricing Proposed Rule

C2ES submitted comments to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recommending that FERC consider establishing a process to allow for more stakeholder input on the concept of resilience in power markets, including three technical conferences to: (1) establish key …

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Federal Action on Climate
Controlling Industrial Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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Projecting and Accelerating U.S. Greenhouse Gas Reductions

More than 190 nations representing more than 95 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions offered “nationally determined contributions” (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement reached in December 2015. The NDC submitted by the Obama administration on behalf of the United States …

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Congress and Climate Change
Congress Climate History
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Bipartisan support grows for carbon capture
Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Aircraft
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Canada Interconnected Infographic

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Interconnected: Canadian and U.S. Electricity

The U.S. and Canadian electric power grids are connected through 37 major transmission lines from New England to the Pacific Northwest. The interconnected North American power grid provides numerous benefits for Canada and the United States, including enhanced electric reliability, …

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