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    Biden’s billions – a sustainable shift?


The $1.2tn infrastructure bill is a first step toward putting ambitious climate goals into policy and will accelerate the US’s clean energy transition, but alone it won’t be enough to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

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Biden’s billions – a sustainable shift?

US President Joe Biden signed the $1.2tn bipartisan infrastructure bill into law this Monday after a difficult congressional process that lasted for months. The bill has $550bn in new spending to improve the country’s infrastructure – from public transport to the power system and from climate resiliency to emerging technologies that can accelerate the country’s energy transition.

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