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Infrastructure impacts of the House, Senate tax bills

On November 16th, the U.S. House of Reps. passed tax legislation 227-205 mostly along party lines, with 13 R “no” votes. The Senate introduced their tax bill, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” days earlier. The contents of both bills have sparked concern from proponents of infrastructure investment.

Businesses taking U.S. Climate Action Forward

Over 1,300 U.S.-based businesses, representing $25 trillion in market capitalization, have voluntarily adopted greenhouse gas reduction targets, the new America's Pledge report finds.

Karen Chen

Intern, America's Pledge

Karen is the America's Pledge on Climate Intern on the US Climate team. She supports analytics that underpin mechanisms for mobilizing increased subnational ambition, action, and assistance....

Houston is reeling from Hurricane Harvey, and climate change means coastal cities must plan for more. Director Christina Chan of the Climate Resiliency Practice lays out how everyone can prepare, from recommendations for state and local officials to national policies that Congress could support.

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