3 Key Measures To Advance 2030 Climate Change Goals In The United States

By Ankit Mishra
August 21, 2023

In April 2021, the Unit­ed States announced its plan to reduce green­house gas (GHG) emis­sions by 50–52% from 2005 lev­els and achieve net-zero emis­sions by 2050. The crit­i­cal com­po­nents of Pres­i­dent Biden’s plan to imple­ment these tar­gets include pass­ing the Infla­tion Reduc­tion Act (IRA) and Bipar­ti­san Infra­struc­ture Law (BILBIL 0.0%), which are expect­ed to unlock invest­ments into clean ener­gy tech­nolo­gies and improve U.S. eco­nom­ic com­pet­i­tive­ness, inno­va­tion, and indus­tri­al pro­duc­tiv­i­ty.


Nan­cy Pfund, founder and man­ag­ing part­ner at DBL Part­ners, says that, to reduce the food and agri­cul­ture sector’s GHG emis­sions while feed­ing a grow­ing pop­u­la­tion, “it will be essen­tial that the U.S. shift to low-car­bon farm­ing prac­tices like regen­er­a­tive agri­cul­ture, which have the poten­tial to elim­i­nate 250 mil­lion met­ric tons of CO2 per year, equiv­a­lent to 5% of U.S. emissions.

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