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Climate change has become a polarizing topic for U.S. policy and politics. U.S. policy is proceeding at the local, state, and national levels.
For purposes of this Lite Roadmap, key U.S. Policy Index Entries include:
- I:GreenNewDeal (GND) (Deep Dive)
- I:SCCSocialCostofCarbon (Deep Dive)
- I:StateandLocalAction (Deep Dive)
Key Topical Headings for books, reports, and journal articles:
- S - Green New Deal
- S - Green Growth
- S - U.S. National Politics and Policy
- S - State and Local Response
- S - Clean Air Act issues
- S - CEQA-NEPA-SEPA Litigation
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- 2021/5 Dare we hope? Here’s my cautious case for climate optimism
- 2021/2 Opinion: Texas is making the case for the Green New Deal
- 2021/2 Biden's climate executive orders are a mini-Green New Deal
- 2021/4 Washington Legislature approves caps on carbon pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, giving big win to Inslee, environmentalists
- 2021/4 Breaking News...The Climate Commitment Act has passed!
- 2021/3 Massachusetts landmark climate legislation benefits from commitment to bipartisan, cross-sectoral collaboration
- 2021/1 In battle against climate change, courts become a new frontier
- 2020/1 Juliana and the Future of Climate Litigation
- 2021/5 Politics will shape climate capital requirements, though no one likes to admit it
- 2021/2 How to depolarize Canada’s climate politics with inclusive growth
- 2021/4 An Outdated Idea is Still shaping Climate Policy
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- The Green New Deal
- State and local climate policies
- Green jobs as justification for action
- The Biden Presidency and climate change
- The Trump Presidency and climate change
- Prospects for reducing political polarization of climate change
- 1,000 ideas for U.S. action on climate change
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