BAKER EYES TRANSPORTATION, 2030 TARGET IN EMISSIONS BATTLE
[Story Developing] The Baker administration plans to tackle the thorny issue of extracting emissions reductions from the transportation sector, officials announced at a summit Tuesday to mark the one-year anniversary of a climate change executive order.
Officials plan to hold three public listening sessions in the coming months "to identify regional policies to reduce emissions, develop a comprehensive regional strategy for the deployment of electric vehicles, and discuss strategies to increase the resilience of transportation infrastructure," the energy and environmental affairs secretariat said.
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