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Interview - Despite city's newest resident, Washington D.C. pushes climate action
by Laurie Goering
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14 March 2017
On 14 March 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Washington D.C. [has] signed [a] 20-year agreement to buy solar power from a company that is installing solar panels on roofs and on parking lots in the city. And it's passed a law to help ensure that the benefits of solar power expansion reach the poor, the elderly, and young people in need of jobs as well as wealthier business and families. Around the world, cities are increasingly at the forefront of action to curb climate change. Some have set ambitious emissions reduction goals, while others have pushed ahead with policies despite national-level foot dragging.
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Mayor Muriel Bowser, who has run Washington D.C. since early 2015, says that in the face of federal backpedaling on climate change action, U.S. cities are stepping forward -- and saving money in the process.
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