Business lacking bigger voice in state’s net-zero plans

Rhode Island made a landmark commitment to slashing greenhouse gases emanating from the state when the General Assembly passed the Act on Climate law in 2021. It set an ambitious goal of reaching net-zero emissions in less than 30 years. In other words, nearly completely negating the greenhouse gases produced by human activity by 2050.

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