It’s always great to see green energy initiatives being adopted at the state level. With the approval of this legislature, New York has committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. Certainly ambitious, although, even so, it still may not be good enough. For more information, please proceed to the following article.
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