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Infrastructure Reimagined: From Roads and Country to People and Planet

This post is the ninth in a series, “The ABCs of the AJP.” Virtually every president since Franklin D. Roosevelt has pursued a national “infrastructure” project of some kind.  From the New Deal and the Federal-Aid Highway Acts, which created today’s interstate highway, to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the federal government … Continue Reading

Hastening the Hydrogen Economy

This blog is the eighth in a series, “The ABCs of the AJP.” The latest Energy Transition technology now attracting massive investment and policy attention is “green hydrogen” produced using renewable energy to separate hydrogen from water that can be used both for bulk energy storage and then used to fuel gas-fired power plants or … Continue Reading

Grid Modernization and Greenhouse Gases

This blog is the seventh in a series, “The ABCs of the AJP.” Grid Modernization and Resiliency Grid modernization and resiliency are critical and intertwined issues that only grow more important as climate change increases the frequency and severity of extreme weather events. As the Biden Administration notes in its American Jobs Plan fact sheet, … Continue Reading

Finding the Common Ground for Forests

This blog is the sixth in a series, “The ABCs of the AJP.” One of the key underpinnings of the case for climate legislation is the idea that natural and working lands will suffer without swift and meaningful action. President Biden’s American Jobs Plan (AJP) proposes to “protect and, where necessary, restore nature-based infrastructure – … Continue Reading

Ending Environmental Injustice with Infrastructure Investment

This blog is the fifth in a series, “The ABCs of the AJP.” President Biden’s American Jobs Plan (AJP) would mobilize $2.2 trillion in investment to address climate change and create jobs for Americans. According to the White House, “unlike past major investments, the plan prioritizes addressing long-standing and persistent racial injustice,” in part by … Continue Reading
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