Outside the Box: The Supreme Court weakened the EPA’s power to fight climate change — but demand for clean energy is going strong

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In 2021, more than 40% of Americans lived in a county that was hit by extreme weather connected to climate change, according to a Washington Post analysis of federal disaster declarations. Without immediate action to reduce global carbon emissions, we face an even more dire future.

As the world’s second-largest contributor to global warming, the U.S. must take a leading role in reducing emissions. The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency will make leadership more difficult, by…

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