March 20, 2024

Climate Groups Study Of Hochul’s Cap – And – Invest Proposal

A new analysis finds that regulations to reduce emissions from each power plant and install sector-specific pollution limits would provide more benefits to disadvantaged communities than the policy Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration is considering. The analysis by Resources for the Future and the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance focuses on potential designs of a cap-and-trade style program being developed by Hochul’s administration. Molly Robertson of Resources for the Future talks with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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