RMI analysis shows enacting state-level land use reform to encourage compact development can reduce annual US pollution by 70 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2033.
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States Can Quantify the Benefits of Climate-Friendly Transportation Options With RMI’s Smarter MODES Calculator
RMI’s Smarter Mobility Options for Decarbonization, Equity, and Safety Calculator helps decision makers visualize the pollution reduction, cost cutting, and life-saving potential of expanded transportation choices.
Clean hydrogen has the potential to reduce pollution from some of the heaviest-emitting and hardest-to-reduce sectors and industries. These policies can make it a reality.
Unprecedented new and expanded federal programs have fundamentally shifted the landscape of what’s economically and politically feasible for state policymakers, creating a massive opportunity for states to unlock wide-ranging benefits and attract billions in federal…
San Antonio, Texas, will soon be one of the first major US cities to leverage the new “direct pay” mechanism to build one of the largest on-site solar projects for local governments.
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is on track to turbocharge hundreds of millions of investment dollars into clean transportation projects.
Americans are driving more than ever, and even leading states are expanding roads at a high rate. States can change course now by investing in cleaner, safer, more affordable transportation options.
Grid-enhancing technologies could increase grid transmission capacity at a low cost. New DOE funds make that opportunity even more attractive.
States — including those leading on climate — can leverage key policies and IRA funding to lower the energy burden borne by low-income households.
Michigan’s clean energy-led economic development strategy has important lessons for every other state in the country.