A dozen years ago, Minnesota adopted ambitious carbon-reduction goals, and electric utilities have since cut their emissions sharply—leaving transportation as the state’s largest source of greenhouse gases. Those must eventually drop to zero, too, if humans are to have a chance at avoiding catastrophic climate change impacts. Minnesota has a long, long way to go to achieve that. Or does it?
Original Title: What Does a Zero-Carbon Future Look Like for Transportation in Minnesota?
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