A major study published by Princeton University has found realistic ways in which the United States can reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, according to Axios’ Ben Geman.
- The study calls for meaningful investment in a variety of sectors including agriculture, energy innovation, mitigation, and biodiversity.
- The study reinforces what we already knew—there is no silver bullet to reducing our emissions.
- One investment that the United States can make is in ourselves, through doubling down on energy innovation.
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