Despite the rapidly evolving threat of climate change, the USA officially removed themselves from the Paris Agreement. The US is now the only country in the world not participating in the climate plan, leaving it up to individual states to craft their own plans for transitioning to a renewable, carbon-free energy future. According to data surveyed by InsideClimate News, there are five states in the US that have passed legislation for transitioning toward a renewable or carbon-free energy infrastructure.  

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States in the US passed legislation for 100 percent renewable or carbon free electricity

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Despite the rapidly evolving threat of climate change, the USA officially removed themselves from the Paris Agreement. The US is now the only country in the world not participating in the climate plan, leaving it up to individual states to craft their own plans for transitioning to a renewable, carbon-free energy future. According to data surveyed by InsideClimate News, there are five states in the US that have passed legislation for transitioning toward a renewable or carbon-free energy infrastructure.

Image credits: https://www.statista.com/chart/23408/states-legislation-on-carbon-free-renewable-energy/

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