US Senate kicks off infrastructure debate, as advocates press for more climate measures

Published 17:51 on July 29, 2021  /  Last updated at 17:51 on July 29, 2021  /  Americas, CBAM, International, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The US Senate voted to begin debate Tuesday night on a bipartisan infrastructure deal featuring provisions on clean energy, CCS, and hydrogen, but some Democrats called for legislators to go much further than these carbon reduction strategies.

The US Senate voted to begin debate Tuesday night on a bipartisan infrastructure deal featuring provisions on clean energy, CCS, and hydrogen, but some Democrats called for legislators to go much further than these carbon reduction strategies.

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