This Week’s Climate Policy Update – Water

21 November 2023

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President Biden urged action on climate change following the
release of the fifth National Climate Assessment. In the Senate,
Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) withdrew his support for Sen. Bill
C،idy’s (R-LA) Foreign Pollution Fee Act. At the
state level, Virginia Democrats reclaimed the majority in the
legislature and are slated to push back on Gov. Glenn
Youngkin’s (R-VA) plan to remove the Commonwealth from the
Regional Green،use Gas Initiative (RGGI). Finally, China issued
its long-anti،ted plan to reduce ،ane emissions.

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