Failure of Build Back Better Casts Uncertainty over New York’s Climate Plans
New York was counting on federal money to help pay for its transition to clean energy, which will cost the state an estimated $15 billion each year.
This article was published in collaboration with The River Newsroom, a digital newsmagazine that covers the Hudson Valley and Catskills.
Correction: This article has been updated to correct the percentage of state emissions that come from transportation.
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