The pathway for the United States to reach net-zero emissions is surprisingly feasible, according to a new study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.
- In this detailed model, researchers have found ways in which the United States can reach net-neutrality by 2050.
- Infrastructure improvements, as well as energy efficiency, well have a large role in reducing our emissions.
- Nuclear energy should also be pivotal to reducing our emissions as it is safe, reliable, and our largest source of carbon-free energy.
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