This report on building decarbonization discusses key programs in the IRA that the All In coalition should use to create a cleaner, healthier, and more economically vibrant country and built environment.
The Climate Action Framework sets a vision for how Minnesota will address and prepare for climate change. It identifies immediate, near-term actions that Minnesotans must take to achieve their long-term goal of a carbon-neutral, resilient, and equitable future for the state.
Wisconsin's Clean Energy Plan aims to change the adverse trajectory of climate change impacts and create a pathway to transition to a strong clean energy economy that prioritizes environmental justice, ensures a diverse workforce, and technology innovation.
The MI Healthy Climate Plan serves as this state’s action plan to reduce GHG emissions and transition toward economy-wide carbon neutrality with a focus on solutions that support communities disproportionately impacted by the changing climate.
New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act) mandates 100 percent zero-emissions electricity by 2040 and economy-wide carbon neutrality by 2050. That means that billions of square feet of New York buildings have 28 years to wean off the fossil fuel combustion and fossil-fueled steam that heat the majority of the building stock today. For many buildings, that translates to roughly one asset replacement cycle, and buildings that simply replace today’s fossil fuel equipment with newer versions of the same will not be in compliance with Climate Act mandates before the equipment reaches the end of its lifetime. [...]